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--One writer reports that Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said the team will be “active in free agency” this coming season. The Redskins have finally been relieved of the 36 million dollar cap penalties they had the past two seasons and reportedly have around 30 million in salary cap room this year.
--With the Senior Bowl underway, one insider finds out from defensive coordinator Jim Haslett why this year’s class is special and how many great players can be found in the late rounds of the NFL draft.
--Notre Dame has hired former Redskins quarterback coach Matt LaFleur to coach at the same position. LaFleur was relieved of his duties on December 30 along with Mike Shanahan.
--A reporter catches up with former Redskin and current Arizona Cardinal Lorenzo Alexander about what life is like now that he is playing for a different team, and how tough it was to make the transition.
--Breaking down the next steps for head coach Jay Gruden after he puts together his staff and gets the playbook finalized.
--According to reports, it is likely that former Redskins quarterback Doug Williams will be joining the front office of the Washington Redskins. Williams has been out of work since being fired by Grambling State in September.
--Former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan reportedly met with the Baltimore Ravens for a second interview about the offensive coordinator position. Shanahan, if hired, would be replacing Jim Caldwell who was hired by the Detroit Lions to become the head coach.
--Taking a glance at the five oldest players on the Redskins roster and whether or not those players will find will find themselves on the team come the start of the 2014 season.
--On Thursday afternoon, a judge sentenced Eric Rivera to over 57 years in prison for the murder of Redskins safety Sean Taylor. Taylor was killed back in November of 2007 in Miami, Fl.
--One reporter breaks down the cap situation for Washington from the view of the offensive backs. There are going to be many choices the Redskins have to make including whether or not to add a fifth year to quarterback
--The case of the ‘Redskins name change’ jumps to a new level as the leader of the Oneida Indian Nation takes the complaint to the U.N.
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