Send in your Washington Redskins mailbag questions


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Don’t forget to send in your Redskins-related questions for this week’s installment of The Mailbag.

With this being a holiday weekend, we’ll run the mailbag on Tuesday rather than Monday.

There should be a variety of topics to cover now that a week of offseason practices are in the books. This week we saw Robert Griffin III running and throwing, heard from the quarterback, his coach and teammates, and saw the healthy returns of Brian Orakpo and Chris Neild and improvements from the rehabbing London Fletcher, Brandon Meriweather and Fred Davis, to name a few.

Next Thursday’s practice will be open to reporters once again.

In the meantime, send in your questions to mike.jones@washpost.com and I’ll tackle as many of them as possible.

More Redskins coverage:

Cousins felt he’d be back, is relishing his chance with Redskins

Redskins sign third-round tight end Jordan Reed

Meriweather should be good to go for training camp, Shanahan says

D.C. Sports Bog: Griffin on Post’s A1 for at least 26th time

Williams says offense does not put RGIII in harm’s way

Fletcher says he didn’t seriously consider retirement

D.C. Sports Bog: RGIII on his father’s comments: ‘I don’t have a leash on my parents’

Shanahan noncommittal on whether offense will be adjusted to protect RGIII

Reid: Will RGIII, Shanahan stay on the same page?

Griffin says he and Shanahan are just fine

D.C. Sports Bog: Fox Sports 1′s RGIII promo

Photo gallery: Redskins offseason practice

Trent Williams on nightclub attack: ‘I’m over it’

Orakpo back at full strength; Fletcher and others make strides

Mike Jones covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Post. When not writing about a Redskins development of some kind – which is rare – he can be found screaming and cheering at one of his kids’ softball, baseball, soccer or basketball games.

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