A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, February 7, 2013.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
--While the Redskins continue to look for a No. 2 receiver for the team, one article wonders if Aldrick Robinson can be the one to fill that position. Robinson finished the season with 18 receptions for 365 yards and two touchdowns.
--Checking out a list of players who might become available due to their contracts being too large. The Redskins are looking to be active in free agency and could land one or more of these players.
--A blogger explains five things that quarterback needs to during the offseason in order take a step up to the next level as an NFL quarterback.
--The Redskins are going to be looking to upgrade the team's secondary unit and ESPN's Mel Kiper seems to like this year's class of cornerbacks in the draft.
--After a tough season involving former head coach Mike Shanahan, receiver Josh Morgan still wants to play for his hometown team that he 'grew up rooting for.'
--Former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan speaks out about his relationship with quarterback Robert Griffin III while in Washington. Shanahan was hired by the Cleveland Browns earlier this week.
--With another solid season under his belt, some wonder if running back ' work load should be cut to help preserve his play.
--Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan spoke very highly of Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, mentioning that he thinks Cousins is "A hell of a player."
--After causing some confusion earlier in the week, Adam Schefter clarifies his report about Kirk Cousins. The report was unclear whether Cousins had 'requested' a trade or is 'open' to a trade.
--As a number of 3-4 defensive linemen are expected to hit the market during free agency, one reporter looks at whether re-signing nose tackle is the right move.
--FedEx Field looks to be getting an upgrade, as complimentary Wi-Fi will be offered in the stadium on game days for fans.
--Since hiring former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, the Browns have announced that they will also bring aboard former Redskins' assistants Mike McDaniel and Richard Hightower.
--With the announcement of a new deal between the NFL and CBS, teams should see an increase in the 2015 salary cap, but by how much?
--One writer looks at a few of the details that brought Redskins wide receiver Aldrick Robinson back to the team as an exclusive rights free agent.
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