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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 6/18

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

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


-- To prepare the team for the training camp schedule, minicamp kicked off yesterday with some intense battles on both side

s of the ball. Head coach Jay Gruden gave a day one update after practice.

-- With returning weapons bolstered by several wide receiver and offensive line additions, quarterback Robert Griffin III thinks the offense has the capability to provide multiple threats across the field.

-- Still getting used to playing in the NFL, linebacker Trent Murphy has been familiarizing himself with multiple positions and techniques.

-- With temperatures hovering around 90 degrees, one local media outlet discusses the impact of the heat on preparations.

-- ESPN's John Keim provides his observations from yesterday's minicamp session to include the growth of second-year cornerback David Amerson and the hands of wide receiver Ryan Grant.

-- One local reporter discusses the experience of the defensive line and how it will affect the defense this season.

-- Feeling great through offseason work, Griffin III said he's happy to have full mobility without a knee brace.

What's Trending In **@Redskins** Nation?

1) WATCH: #Redskins QBs & DBs battled the heat during yesterday's 1st minicamp practice. 

2) READ: #Redskins opened up minicamp this morning with intense practice in the heat & humidity. 

3) WATCH: "It's a new year, it's a new season, we're ready to start our movement." - @RGIII 

4) WATCH: #Redskins HC Jay Gruden spoke to media coming off the field after today's practice. 

5) PHOTOS: #Redskins minicamp began today. RT if you're ready to see this QB/WR combo in action. 




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