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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 3/31

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, March 31, 2014.

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


-- According to reports, former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be visiting Redskins Park on Monday. Jackson was released by the Eagles on Friday.

-- Outside linebacker Brian Orakpo spoke about how he is pleased with the way the Redskins have done things during this offseason so far.

-- Though the Redskins reportedly have interest in bringing in receiver DeSean Jackson, are they willing to “break the bank” for the Pro Bowl player?

-- One writer looks at the Redskins possibilities with the 34th pick in the NFL draft as well as the flexibility at that position.

-- After battling against DeSean Jackson for the past several years, cornerback DeAngelo Hall spoke about the Redskins potentially bringing in the Pro Bowl receiver, saying, “It would make my year.”

-- Looking at the top five Redskins' posts of the weekend, including depth chart, and DB's.

-- A description of Jay Gruden’s offense from those who have faced it over the past few years, as well as how Gruden is trying to create a balanced offense for quarterback Robert Griffin III.

-- According to outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, his knee is feeling “pretty much 100 percent” after having surgery to repair a torn lateral meniscus earlier in the offseason.

-- Over the weekend, outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and Ravens receiver Torrey Smith hosted a celebrity basketball game in order to raise money for their two charities.

-- With Redskins fans interest in DeSean Jackson high, here is a look at Jackson’s top five plays against the burgundy and gold.

-- After numerous signings by the Redskins this offseason, head coach Jay Gruden believes that the team has “made progress.”

-- In order to continue to bolster their offensive line, the Redskins have signed former Indianapolis Colts center Mike McGlynn.

-- After re-signing with the Redskins, cornerback E.J. Biggers will have to compete with a few other corners for a spot in the secondary. 

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