A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, February 5, 2013.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
--Breaking down the Redskins cornerbacks including how they did this season as well who will be on the team next season. DeAngelo Hall, Josh Wilson, and E.J. Biggers are all free agents.
--A look at what it is going to cost the Redskins to bring back their own linebackers Brian Orakpo and Perry Riley, along with a summary of what linebackers the Redskins have under contract.
--According to reports, discussions between the Redskins and Doug Williams seem to still be going well and a deal could be in the making to bring Williams into the front office.
--One writer discusses the possibility of reuniting with Kyle Shanahan in Cleveland. Shanahan was hired by the Browns to be their offensive coordinator on Monday.
--Former Redskins coach Joe Gibbs explains what he thinks about the Redskins moving forward and his disappointment with the 2013 season.
--How the Redskins can free up more cap space with certain player moves during the 2014 offseason. The team reportedly has around $28 million to spend this season.
--A writer answers questions from fans about the Redskins draft situation, such as what players the team is expected to target with their 2nd round pick.
--A scorecard of the Redskins new coaching hires after new head coach Jay Gruden completed his coaching search Tuesday.
--Looking at five of the most important dates for the Redskins going into the offseason and what the team should do on those dates.
--Two reporters look at what options the Redskins have to fill the number 2 receiver spot on the roster, whether it is through the draft or getting a player from free agency.
--A few quotes from Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss about becoming a free agent and wanting to be back in the burgundy and gold next season.
--What one former NFL quarterback thinks about Kyle Shanahan’s time in Washington and why it will help him moving forward with his career.
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