A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, May 16, 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 mix of offensive line help, additional weapons for the offense, versatile defensive assets and an accurate kicker, Bruce Allen, general manager, said the organization feels ‘good’ about the 2014 draft class.
-- On Thursday, the Redskins signed 10 college free agents. Here’s more to help you get familiar with each player.
-- Quarterback Robert Griffin III received a touching gift during a fundraising event last weekend.
-- Kicker Zach Hocker is Arkansas' career leader for points scored by a kicker and nailed several long distance tries during his high school days. More on his path to the NFL and how important the kicker position is with the Redskins playing so many close games over the last five season.
-- With rookie minicamp starting up, Redskins Blog looked back on the 2012 draft class’ first season in the NFL.
-- One local reporter has five focal points for this weekend's rookie minicamp.
-- With London Fletcher no longer manning the middle of the defense, one reporter takes a look at the middle linebacker position.
-- ESPN's John Keim answered fan questions pertaining to this weekend's rookie minicamp and head coach Jay Gruden's style of coaching.
-- Cornerback Bashuad Breeland said he's eager to make an early impression.
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