A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, March 10, 2013.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
--A look at some free agents that the Redskins may have potentially contacted over the weekend to begin negotiations with, in order to bring them to Washington this season.
--After being released by the New Orleans Saints, one insider looks at Darren Sproles as a possible option at running back to pair with Alfred Morris.
--With only so much money to spend in free agency and on drafted players, will the Redskins be able to fill their defensive needs from within?
--With free agency set to begin Tuesday at 4 P.M., ‘legal tampering’ has already started with teams contacting pending free agents.
--A review of rookie linebacker ' season and a prediction of what he will become going forward with the Redskins.
--After being stuck with a cap penalty by the league the past two seasons, it seems likely that the Redskins are looking to spend some money this offseason in free agency.
--According to reports, the Redskins have interest in cornerback Aqib Talib and safety Mike Mitchell as free agency approaches on Tuesday.
--With many holes to fill on the roster, one writer explains why the Redskins should sign these five players.
--Breaking down each NFC East team’s free agents along with what positions the team needs to pursue during the free agency period.
--With a smaller offensive line still on the roster from Mike Shanahan's time in Washington, will the Redskins ‘stand pat’ with the line that they have?
--A look at a few free agent corners that Washington could target this this offseason including a big name, a value, and a sleeper to improve their secondary.
--One writer looks at five free agents he thinks that the Redskins should avoid come free agency.
--Reports say that the Redskins have an interest in Bengals offensive tackle Anthony Collins who is set to become a free agent. Head coach Jay Gruden was the offensive coordinator for the Bengals the past three seasons.
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