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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 7/22

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, July 22, 2013.

-- Now that he is cleared for training camp, should the Redskins allow quarterback Robert Griffin III to practice right away? Two local insiders give their thoughts on how the situation should be handled and the different approaches the team could take.

--Depending on Griffin III's status, the other Redskins' quarterbacks may continue to receive more attention. A look at the team’s other quarterback options.

--The Redskins may have solidified some of their specialists in 2012, but certain spots may be up for grabs. A preview of each specialist position here.

--In case you missed anything, here is a look back at last week's Redskins headlines and analysis.

--Was the 2012 Redskins secondary better than advertised? One writer says it might have been.

--Having shown flashes in very limited action in 2012, can become the answer at strong safety for 16 games?

--The Redskins did address some needs in the secondary through the draft, but how much will those rookies see the field in 2013? Here’s an outlook for the crop of first-year defensive backs.

--The NFC East hasn't had a repeat champion since the 2003-2004 season. So who poses the biggest threat to the Redskins' division crown? Two writers say it’s the team from the Big Apple.

--Redskins' linebacker Ryan Kerrigan has been a great role model for youth since he came into the league. But recently, Kerrigan found inspiration through another, much younger Ryan.

--Pierre Garcon was the Redskins leading receiver in 2012, but who in the receiving corps can draw attention from Garcon? A breakdown of the unit here

--Is Redskins legend Joe Theismann an NFL Hall of Famer? One national broadcaster has already declared him as such.

--Not only does defensive tackle Chris Neild's knee appear to be ready, and his beard is as well.

--On the opposite side of the line, the Redskins finally found stability upfront in 2012. Here is a breakdown of all of the team’s option on the offensive line.

--The Redskins tight ends could pose a number of matchup problems for opposing defenses in 2013, but how many can they keep? Here is last minute preview of the unit.

--It is no secret that many eyes will be on the Redskins secondary in camp and during the season. Here are one local reporters expectations for the revamped group as well another look at the Redskins wide outs.

--The NFC East is arguably one of the most intriguing divisions in the NFL. A national analyst breaks down each team.

--Quarterback Robert Griffin III showed the coaching quite a bit during his rookie season, but one writer says his full potential may still be a mystery.

--Griffin III's on-field ability and off the field image is almost unprecedented in the NFL, which had one writer looking to a former NBA star for a close comparison.

--With camp opening in just three days, here is a breakdown for visiting fans, some need-to-know logistics and what will be available for fans to purchase.

--Here is what fans should watch for to make the most of the their camp experience.

--For those traveling through Richmond during camp, a look at potential changes in traffic patterns.

--Here is what to look for should inclement weather hinder training camp practice. 

--The battle for autographs at camp will be fierce. Here are tips on how to get signatures and photos with players.

--The Redskins front office and coaching staff brings years training camp experience to Richmond, which may lead to the best camp experience for the team and fans yet.

--Outside of head coach Mike Shanahan and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and defensive coordination Jim Haslett, Redskins may not all be familiar with all the minds coaching up the offense and defense.

--The Redskins have a number of health concerns on the defensive line, making a number spots up for grabs in camp.  

--Here is one last-minute look at the biggest story lines for the Redskins going into camp.


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