A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, June 20, 2013.
--The Washington DC City Council recognizes its native son today, celebrating his 28th birthday with a city-wide "Josh Morgan Day" proclamation.
--Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett says he thinks third-year defensive end Jarvis Jenkins is a lot more comfortable this offseason and could be primed for a big step forward this year.
--With this year's training camp move to Richmond, Va., the Redskins join more than half the league in going away for camp. How will being in the middle of a downtown environment differ for the players and coaches? Hear it discussed here.
--In the 2012 NFL Draft, the Redskins were excited to pick up one of the most dynamic athletes to ever take the NFL gridiron. But after one season of huge success and injury, how does the team properly balance risk vs. reward?
--With the first preseason game less than 50 days away, CSNWashington looks ahead to the training camp battle at right defensive end.
--A Redskins fan in Richmond flew a drone with a camera over the brand new Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center. Why? "Because no one else had."
--Here's a look at some of the team's other top position battles heading into training camp.
--The season is still two and months away, but here's your chance to chime in on who you think is due for a breakout season in 2013.
--A well-known baseball writer takes on the Washington Redskins name controversy in his latest mailbag, says the name likely offends approximately "12 people who are in the business of being offended."
--Redskins great Joe Theismann recently answered questions on the Redskins' name and said he played in such a way as to "honor Native Americans" when he took the field.
--On defense, the Redskins need safety healthy and at full speed in order to implement what they have planned for this season.
--The Washington Redskins reportedly have $1.4 million in cap space entering the summer vacation period. Should they make another move or hold off for now?
--The NFLPA is selling LBGT "One Team Pride" jerseys, and one of the customizable options is themed around Redskins receiver Donte Stallworth's No. 18 New England Patriots jersey.
--Redskins running back Alfred Morris continues to open up about his personal life and feelings this offseason, telling one local reporter he finds offensive rap music to be "just a bunch of nonsense."
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