- A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, April 30, 2014.*
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- With a full offseason, a new coach and a new system, will quarterback Robert Griffin III have a bounce back year and return to his 2012 form? -- The Washington Redskins have reportedly hired new assistant coach Bret Munsey who was most recently a scout for the Philadelphia Eagles. Munsey and head coach Jay Gruden worked together with the Orlando Predators from 2004-05.
-- Since the Redskins currently only have six picks in this year's NFL Draft, one blogger looks at possible scenarios where the Redskins trade back from the 34th spot to add more draft picks.
-- The Redskins have reportedly released defensive lineman who signed with the team earlier in the offseason. The NFL announced that Moore would be suspended the first four games of 2014 for violating the substance abuse policy.
-- The team started mini-camp on Tuesday and had their first opportunity to get out on the field as a team. With a new coach in place for the team, how critical is this mini-camp?
-- Quarterback Robert Griffin III spoke about the 2013 season and said that neither he nor any of his teammates lost any confidence during the season.
-- New Redskins safety Ryan Clark was on ESPN's NFL schedule show last week and predicted that his team would go 16-0 in 2014, mentioning that he will never pick against them to win.
-- As the NFL Draft peeks around the corner, one writer looks at 10 of the top wide receivers that will be selected this year.
-- Defensive lineman Stephen Bowen is certain that he will be ready for training camp in July after having microfracture knee surgery.
-- One writer discusses how much the Redskins will use the zone read-option in 2014 under new head coach Jay Gruden. Gruden has said that it will remain a part of the playbook.
-- Checking out safety Jimmy Ward from Northern Illinois as a possible selection for the Washington Redskins. Ward finished his college career with 320 tackles, four forced fumbles and 11 interceptions.
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