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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 1/28

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015.

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-- Redskins.com continues their "Mock Madness" with a roundup of what various media members think of the Redskins' fifth-overall pick. Also on Redskins.com is an article looking at ESPN.com's Mel Kiper Jr.'s thoughts on Randy Gregory -- a defensive end/outside linebacker out of Nebraska.

-- The Redskins announced on Tuesday two additions to the coaching staff -- Perry Fewell as defensive backs coach and Mike Clark as head strength and conditioning coach. The Redskins Blog has more on Fewell's career.

-- While he's already has speed in his arsenal, running back Chris Thompson said he wants to use the offseason to "get quicker" among other things. In 2014, he appeared in just two games, but recorded a touchdown on his first-career touch.

-- Redskins running back Alfred Morris showcased his abilities on a national stage against the game's top talent Sunday evening, as he accumulated 58 yards of total offense in the Pro Bowl.

Check out the top images of Redskins running back Alfred Morris and the rest of the 2015 Pro Bowlers Jan. 26, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

-- It was a busy day for The Redskins Blog and fans, as one talked about his prosthetic leg, while another showed off his Redskins ink in Phoenix.

-- In honor of Super Bowl Media Day Tuesday, The Redskins Blog pulled out an old photo of John Riggins, sitting on a couch, surrounded by media.

-- The Redskins Blog remembers the Redskins' Super Bowl XXVI victory over the Buffalo Bills, which took place 23 years ago Monday.

-- Charlie Brown is in Arizona this week for the Super Bowl, and he recalled the team's victory over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII where he recorded the final touchdown.

-- Some of the top college prospects on Saturday played in the annual Senior Bowl, where Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah took home Most Outstanding Player honors.

-- Former Redskins running back and team great John Riggins talked to Redskins.com about his role in 'The Wedding Ringer,' which is currently in theaters nationwide.

-- The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation last week -- along with partner Kellar Family Foundation -- presented a $10,000 check and several coats to Catholic Charities in Washington, D.C.

-- 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.

-- Wide receiver DeSean Jackson was one of several guest judges for the Miss Universe Pageant.

-- Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and punter Tress Way were named to Pro Football Focus' All-NFC East Team.

-- CSNWashington.com's Rich Tandler believes safety should be the top priority in free agency.

-- Tandler and El-Bashir debate whether the Redskins should bring quarterback Colt McCoy back in 2015.

-- While the special teams unit for the Redskins improved during the 2014 season Tandler writes that there is still room for improvement.

-- 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 writes about Mel Kiper's thoughts about general manager Scot McCloughan's first draft in Washington, where timing may be a beneficial factor.

-- Keim over the next week is going to compare the Redskins' current roster, and how it was built, to that of the current Super Bowl teams of Seattle and New England. Up first, was the offensive lines. Today it is a look at how they've drafted over the last five years.


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