A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, March 7, 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 different free agents around the league and whether or not the Redskins should pursue them beginning March 11.
--Quarterback Robert Griffin III showed off Baylor’s new basketball uniforms on Twitter yesterday. The quarterback was even asked by some fans to play for their favorite NBA teams.
--Asking the question to fans; who would you rather see as a Redskin, Devin Hester or Champ Bailey?
--Looking at the Redskins defensive line and what Washington should add during the offseason to tally more sacks next year.
--With free agency just days away, one article looks at some players who only have one year left on their contracts with the Redskins and will be free agents in 2015.
--A blogger analyzes the receiver position for the Redskins while looking at possible free agents who could come in a help the offense become elite.
--Former Colts GM and current ESPN NFL insider Bill Polian spoke on the Redskins and what they should do in free agency.
--With linebacker D'Qwell Jackson signing his deal with the Colts this week, it could help the Redskins and agree to a contract.
--If the Redskins and linebacker Brian Orakpo cannot agree on a long term deal, is it possible the Redskins could give him the franchise tag again in 2015?
--Safety Reed Doughty wants to come back and join the Redskins who he has played for his entire career, but with changes coming in Washington he expects to hit the free agent market.
--After the Broncos have decided to release cornerback Champ Bailey, some are wondering if it's a possibility that the corner will come back to the team that drafted him in 1999.
--Redskins' linebacker Ryan Kerrigan visited his elementary school in Indiana to motivate the kids to do well on their ISTEP exams. He told the kids that working hard means being willing to “do the little things that others aren’t willing to do.”
--A writer examines the top needs on offense for the Redskins moving forward to the 2014 season.
--After Coach Jay Gruden told the media at the NFL combine that the Redskins ‘have a lot of holes everywhere,’ the team will look to address as much as possible during free agency.
--Looking at three safeties that the Redskins could target when free agency opens on Tuesday including a big name and a sleeper.
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