A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- In his daily "Need To Know," CSN Mid-Atlantic's Rich Tandler pours over recent mock drafts to try to determine who the Redskins will take with the No. 21-overall pick.
-- CSN Mid-Atlantic's Tarik El-Bashir gives his rookie review of defensive back Kyshoen Jarrett, and wonders how he fits into the Redskins' plans moving forward.
-- CSNMidAtlantic.com's Peter Hailey writes about team great linebacker London Fletcher's assertion that safety Sean Taylor was "just scratching the surface" of his potential.
-- Will the Redskins pick a player on the defensive side of the ball in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft? Tandler explores that possibility.
-- Redskins team President Bruce Allen joined ESPN980's Al Galdi on Tuesday to discuss former 50s guard Dick Stanfel's selection for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as well as great tackle Joe Jacoby's near-miss.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim explores the possibility of defensive end Jason Hatcher, who had expressed an interest in retiring, coming back to the team in 2016.
-- Keim writes that rookie guard Brandon Scherff's steady progress "bodes well for the Redskins."
-- The current Redskins' squad, coming off a surprising NFC East title, could follow the same path as the team's championship runs in the 1980s and early 1990s.
-- In his weekly mailbag,* The Washington Post*'s Mike Jones answers questions about whether or not oddsmakers are underestimating how good the Redskins could be in 2016.
-- Jacoby apparently came "awfully close to making the Hall of Fame" this year, The Washington Post's Dan Steinberg reports.
-- The Washington Post's Master Tesfatsion wonders if cornerback Chris Culliver can make a full recovery after tearing ligaments in his right knee in November.
-- HogsHaven.com's weekly show "The Audible" dove into some alternate Redskins realities.
-- Former Redskins defensive tackle James "Jumpy" Geathers, a member of the Super Bowl XXVI-champion team in 1991, received a "golden football" from the NFL.
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