A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation on Thursday -- along with partner Kellar Family Foundation -- presented a $10,000 check and several coats to Catholic Charities in Washington, D.C.
-- On Throwback Thursday, check out this photo gallery of Redskins left tackle Trent Williams and running back Alfred Morris' previous five combined Pro Bowl appearances.
-- Check out a photo gallery of the second day of Senior Bowl practices on Wednesday.
-- The Redskins Blog brings you the work of artist Daryl Greene, who has produced some awesome artwork of various Redskins players, including quarterback Robert Griffin III.
-- The Redskins on Thursday issued a statement on the passing of former runnning back Tommy Mason.
-- The NFL held its annual Pro Bowl Draft Wednesday evening, and Redskins left tackle Trent Williams was selected to play for Team Michael Irvin, while running back Alfred Morris was selected to play for Team Cris Carter.
-- A pair from Duke -- a wide receiver and offensive lineman -- impressed in the first day of Senior Bowl practices Tuesday in Alabama.
-- Check out a photo gallery of the first day of Senior Bowl practices Tuesday.
-- Redskins rookie wide receiver Ryan Grant showed promise in limited opportunities in 2014, but wants to become more of a 'student of the game.'
-- Check out the NFL's 2015 Pro Bowl uniforms, and be sure to vote on which one you like better.
-- The Redskins on Tuesday evening formally announced the hiring of Joe Barry as their defensive coordinator. Barry was formerly the San Diego Chargers linebackers coach, and spent time as the Detroit Lions' defensive coordinator.
-- With Senior Bowl practices getting underway on Tuesday, Redskins.com takes a look at a couple athletic cornerbacks that could impress team scouts and front office personnel.
-- Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III on Tuesday officially launched his own foundation, the "Family Of 3," in which he helps families and individuals realize their dreams.
-- CSNWashington.com's Rich Tandler dives into exactly why the Redskins targeted Joe Barry to be their next defensive coordinator.
-- Tandler and colleague Tarik El-Bashir dicussed whether they believe the Redskins can afford to keep both and DeSean Jackson at the wide receiver position.
-- Tandler reports the Redskins will not retain Jacob Burney, who has served as the team's defensive line coach since 2010.
-- Several Chargers coaches are excited for their former colleague Joe Barry, who was named the Redskins' defensive coordinator this week.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim discusses five issues facing Barry as he begins his first season as the Redskins' defensive coordinator.
-- Keim also interviewed ESPN NFL and college scout Matt Williamson and analyst Louis Riddick, who gave their takes on the Redskins' coaches, general manager(s) and Griffin III.
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