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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 2/6

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015.

All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.


-- continues their "Mock Madness" with a roundup of what various media members think of the Redskins' fifth-overall pick. On Wednesday we looked at's Charlie Campbell's mock selection of Stanford tackle Andrus Peat. 

-- New quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh was on "Redskins Nation" where he talked about his years in the NFL and said he's "here to help" the quarterbacks perform at a high level. 

-- Led by two Pro Bowlers and a standout year by wide receiver DeSean Jackson, Redskins Public Relations reviews the offense's performance in 2014. 

-- The Redskins announced on Monday that former Idaho head coach Robb Akey is the team's new defensive line coach. The Redskins Blog has more on his team as a college coach. 

-- As Candlestick Park's demolition takes full effect, The Redskins Blog looks back at some of the games played by the burgundy and gold there over the years

-- So what's the scoop on George Allen and Richard Nixon working together? The Redskins Blog recalls Nixon's support for the Redskins and some of the things he did to show that. 

-- For Throwback Thursday, The Redskins Blog had video of DeSean Jackson playing baseball in high school. 

--'s Rich Tandler predicts some of what new general manager Scot McCloughan may be looking for at this year's NFL Combine. 

-- Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir discuss what the Redskins should do at the safety position moving into the 2015 season. 

--'s John Keim has a look at some of the Redskins entering the latter stages of their contracts, and what it would mean if those players were either kept or released. 

-- Keim also talked about Brian Orakpo's future with the team. Drafted with the Redskins' first-round pick in 2009, the Texas product has made three Pro Bowl appearances, but has also suffered two different season-ending injuries. 

-- *The Washington Post *reviewed the play of all three of the Redskins' tight ends -- Jordan Reed, Niles Paul and Logan Paulsen -- during the 2014 season.  

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