Washington Redskins

Stadium: FedEx Field | Coach: Jay Gruden
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense10th135.2 (7th)234.4 (15th)
Defense18th110.6 (14th)243.5 (20th)
2014 Draft
Rnd#PlayerPos.School
247Trent MurphyDESTNFRD
366Morgan MosesOTUVA
378Spencer LongOGNEB
4102Bashaud BreelandCBCLEM
5142Ryan GrantWRTULANE
6186Lache SeastrunkRBBAYLOR
7217Ted BolserTEIND
7228Zach HockerKARK

Schedule

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Standings

NFC
East
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Philadelphia9-3-010-6-0
Dallas7-5-08-8-0
New York6-6-07-9-0
Washington1-11-03-13-0
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Alfred Morris showing surprisingly good hands
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Redskins running back Alfred Morris, who has 20 catches in his first two seasons, might be in for more receptions this year. "He's caught the ball very well, too, which is quite the surprise for us out of the backfield," coach Jay Gruden said of Morris.

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Redskins waive Courtney Bridget
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The Redskins waived/injured rookie cornerback Courtney Bridget, who needs shoulder surgery.

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Redskins add Jake McDonough
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The Redskins signed former Colts defensive end Jake McDonough, reports ESPN.com.

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Chris Thompson has 'emerged' at Redskins camp
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Redskins second-year running back Chris Thompson has "emerged" at training camp so far according to ESPN. A year removed from a torn ACL suffered in college, Thompson looks faster and more comfortable, has caught the ball well and has even done some good work in pass protection drills. Durability is an issue for him but if he stays upright he should make the team and could contend for a little playing time. 

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Gruden admits Redskins 'need another back' on third downs
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Alfred Morris can't do it all -- that's the message sent by new Redskins coach Jay Gruden when he said "[w]e need another back to emerge as that third-down back."

ESPN took a look at the candidates to work as that third-down guy and concluded that Roy Helu is the best option. Helu not only has the size and experience to work as a third-down back but is "more than just a third-down guy" because he can handle every-down work if need be. Working in a third-down type of role last season, Helu had 62 carries for 274 yards and four touchdowns with 31 grabs for 251 yards -- an 8.1 yard average. 

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