A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, August 2, 2016.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- In CSN Mid-Atlantic's Rich Tandler's daily "Need to Know," he believes that safety Su'a Cravens still has a lot to learn within the Redskins defense.
-- Tandler also wonders whether it would be beneficial for the Redskins if K. Cousins were a more vocal leader on the field.
-- CSN's J. P. Finlay examines yesterday's intense practice and how head coach Jay Gruden got more animated and angry than he usually does on the practice field.
-- Finlay also reports on the return of S. Lauvao to the offensive line.
-- ESPN's John Keim spoke with Bashaud Breeland, who said he can be the best cornerback in the NFL, or at least come close.
-- DeAngelo Hall also had some strong feelings about this year's seconday, which, as Keim notes, he believes is the best he's been a part of.
-- Keim conducted a video interview with Josh Norman and made the case that the cornerback is not having the bad camp that fans and other media might say otherwise.
-- ESPN's Darren Rovell writes more about the Cousins Corn Maze in Northern Virginia.
-- The Washington Times' Anthony Gulizia writes about Duke Ihenacho and the chance the Redskins gave him after missing the majority of the last two seasons with injury.
-- Gulizia also explains some of the rule changes and points of emphasis that referees will be making this year after they visited the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center on Monday.
-- The Washington Post's Dan Steinberg writes about Niles Paul's return from injury, his place among a strong tight ends group and the beard and grills he wears to practice each day.
-- *The Post's *Master Tesfatsion gives some insight into how Redskins veteran players are giving their younger peers advice on nutrition and staying fresh each day for practice.
-- The Post's Amie Just chats with Nate Sudfeld about his transition from star quarterback at Indiana to playing third string in Washington.
-- The Richmond Times-Dispatch's Michael Phillips notes the support system that rookie K. Fuller has in a loaded, veteran secondary group.
-- The Times-Dispatch's columnist Paul Woody writes about V. Davis' fascination with the sport of curling, and how he's adapting in the Redskins offense.
-- CBSSports' Jason LaCanfora writes that the Redskins are boring this year, which could mean trouble for NFC East opponents this season.
-- 13NewsNow takes a look at the prospects of Lynden Trail potentially making the team as an outide linebacker.
-- WUSA9's Frank Hanrahan writes about Matt Jones' increased workload and and impressive training camp so far.
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