A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- The Redskins learned Monday that running back Alfred Morris has been selected to his second straight Pro Bowl. Morris is replacing Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, who will not play in the game due to an injury.
-- The Redskins Blog looks back at Morris' performance in last year's Pro Bowl, in which he led all players in with 69 receiving yards on four catches.
A countdown of the Top 10 images of Redskins running back Alfred Morris during the 2014 season.
-- Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen once again contributed to both the team's offensive and special teams units in 2014, but knows he has to keep working this offseason to continue his goal of becoming a more complete player.
-- On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, several Redskins players took to their social media accounts to show their appreciation for the Civil Rights leader.
-- Coming off an impressive first year in the NFL, Redskins punter Tress Way discusses what he's focusing on to be even better in 2015.
-- The Women Of Washington (WOW!) Redskins Fan Club on Saturday hosted a New Year Fitness Party at Redskins Park, featuring Nike trainer Deanna Jefferson.
- Akeem Davis made the most of his opportunities to stay on the Redskins' roster as a special teams standout in 2014. Now, going into his second season, he knows he must stay just as hungry to continue to make an impression.
-- The new movie "The Wedding Ringer" was released on Friday, and if you happened to notice a Redskins legend playing flag football in the flick, then you were right: it was, indeed, John Riggins.
-- Speaking of Riggo, check out this clip from the Redskins' archives of the then-fullback riding a motorcycle during training camp in 1979.
-- Wide receiver DeSean Jackson took in a Los Angeles Clippers game courtside over the weekend.
-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler knows the Redskins want to build up their lines, but discusses which side -- offensive or defensive -- the team should focus on first.
-- Tandler wonders if San Diego Chargers linebackers coach Joe Barry is still in play for the Redskins' defensive coordinator job. The team reportedly interviewed San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio over the weekend.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim takes a look at how the Redskins have utilized the Senior Bowl in recent years.
-- Keim also interviewed ESPN analyst Louis Riddick, who gave his thoughts on Washington's new general manager, Scot McCloughan.
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