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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 2/11

Posted Feb 11, 2014

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, February 11, 2013.

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, February 11, 2013.

All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.

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--A blogger takes a look at five of the best Redskins running backs to step on the field in the past 20 years. Current running back Alfred Morris has already made this list only two years into his career. 

--After a tough season for the special teams unit, two writers discuss whether the Redskins should make their kickers compete for their jobs by bringing in more competition at the positions.

--After being hired by the Redskins on Monday, Doug Williams is excited to be back as a part of the Washington Redskins, and showed so by saying “It’s a great day for me to come back into the family.”

--With mostly a new staff in Washington, personnel executive Doug Williams says that the personnel decisions will be a ‘team effort.’

--One reporter analyzes whether the Redskins should move on from safety Bandon Meriweather. Meriweather has been hit by injuries the past two seasons, limiting his availability to the team.

--Breaking down and grading the specialists on the Redskins roster including a look at how each player did last season and what to expect from them moving forward.

--With linebacker London Fletcher now retired, one writer looks at whether the Redskins could go after free agent linebacker Brandon Spikes, who the Patriots are expected to let walk. 

--Taking a look at why the Redskins rise next season all depends on how quarterback Robert Griffin III does during the offseason. Griffin is expected to be fully healthy and has already organized passing camps with his receivers for the offseason.

--How one number sums up the entire 2013 season for the Washington Redskins. This stat differs drastically when compared with the 2012 season when the team won the NFC East title.

--Breaking down how every Redskins’ receivers performed last season as well as a look at their current 2014 status with the team.

--With the 2013 NFL season now in the books, here is a list of five things that Redskins fans can do until the 2014 season begins this fall.

--One insider analyzes whether the Redskins would draft NFL prospect Michael Sam. Sam publically announced that he is gay and is projected as a mid-round pick in this year’s draft.

--A look at what role Doug Williams will be with playing in the Redskins front office including details of what his first steps will be with the organization.

With a letter being sent by two members of congress to the NFL involving the Redskins name, some ‘back and forth’ comments have continued to take place.

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What's Trending In @Redskins Nation?

1) #Redskins announced today that they have named former QB Doug Williams as Personnel Executive. Welcome back, Doug! #HTTR

2) Doug Williams: "One mission: help #Redskins obtain talent it needs so fans can experience Super Bowl they deserve."http://t.co/j9qsLifPj2

3) Doug Williams gave @markschlereth the 'best piece of advice ever' http://t.co/AZUIHPw6qg

4) Sean Taylor's dad, Pedro, back on the gridiron, named head coach of the UIFL Miami Inferno. Story: http://t.co/6NYefE5Q1K #HTTR

5) FA WR @NFLJoshMorgan wants to prove himself in DC: "This is my hometown. This is my team I grew up rooting for."http://t.co/vbzYQpL4nd

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