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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 2/12

Posted Feb 12, 2014

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, February 12, 2013.

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, February 12, 2013.

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


--A blogger looks at five of the most valuable Redskins from 2013 using an interesting “Approximate Value” method that assigns a single number to each player.

--Many executives and players have continued to support NFL prospect Michael Sam including Redskins personnel executive Doug Williams who says Sam will be judged by ability, not his sexuality.

--With a glance into next season, one writer looks to see where the Redskins fall in the ‘strength of schedule’ category.

--A breakdown of the Redskins salary cap from each position including the total amount being paid, the percentage of the cap, and the largest cap hit at each position.

--One writer answers questions from fans about the Redskins involving quarterback Kirk Cousins, new hire Doug Williams, and more.

--Redskins’ running back Alfred Morris helped auction off his jersey for a breast cancer charity event which brought in $7,100 along with a matching donation from Morris himself.

--Quarterback Robert Griffin III was invited to attend one fan’s wedding. Griffin respectfully declined but gave the fan a really nice wedding gift.

--A look at how the Redskins’ quarterbacks performed last season as well as what to expect moving forward with Jay Gruden guiding the team. 

--Evaluating what the Redskins should do involving Brian Orakpo and free agency this offseason.

--A reporter analyzes whether the Redskins should keep Rex Grossman on the roster next season, or any third string quarterback for that matter.

--One blogger puts out a question for the fans: Do you think Robert Griffin III can bounce back to his 2012 form?

--One former Redskins coach believes that Robert Griffin III will get back to where he was during his rookie season with a full offseason to prepare and work on his game.

--Five free agent wide receivers that the Redskins should consider targeting to add to their depth at the position.

--Why the Redskins must resist their spending urge even though they will have around $30 million to spend during the free agency period.


What's Trending In @Redskins Nation?

1) The ugly sweater craze has reached Washington http://t.co/JGueTC8IEq http://t.co/AcEwKObt4l

2) LB @LFletcher59 sees success for #Redskins OC Sean McVayhttp://t.co/lc2l2tUelY #HTTR

3) Football exploits aside, Doug Williams was once a face of "Just Say No To Drugs" w/ First Lady Reagan: http://t.co/uUFSMN1ACD

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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