A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
--Redskins.com gives a preview of the defense still trying to find its identity in 2014.
--Richmond native Morgan Moses got a chance to throw out the first pitch at a Richmond Flying Squirrels game located just a few miles away from Redskins training camp.
--FedExField hosted an excited soccer match last night between Manchester United and Inter Milan.
--Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Redskins cornerback Deion Sanders talked about .
--CSN Washington shares with fans what they need to know at camp from now until the first regular season game. Also, here is a Q&A with CSN Washington's two Redskins reporters on questions regarding the offensive line.
--Jay Gruden talked to reporters about veteran receiver ' role in the upcoming season.
--Everette Brown told reporters he wants to get the most out of this opportunity with the Redskins as possible.
--ESPN's John Keim reports on second-round pick 's progress. Keim also talks about how the Redskins are learning from last season’s handling of Robert Griffin III.
--ESPN also previews the roster battle for third-down running back between Roy Helu Jr., Chris Thompson, Evan Royster and Lache Seastrunk.
--The Washington Post reports that defensive end Jarvis Jenkins has been playing with an extra fire since the signing of free agent Jason Hatcher.
--Second-year safety Phillip Thomas has been gaining attention from the coaching staff with his performance in camp so far.
--Linebacker Keenan Robinson reportedly is the front runner to claim London Fletcher's old position at middle linebacker.
--The Richmond Times-Dispatch evaluates every position on the Redskins roster and what to watch for going forward.
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