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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.

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

Redskins tight end Niles Paul is entering his fourth year in the league in 2014.

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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