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Redskins mailbag: Drafting pieces around RGIII, changes on defense and more

Answering reader questions about surrounding the quarterback with top players, what he could fetch in a trade, and moving young players to different positions.

Jay Gruden: New strength coach Mike Clark should make Redskins bigger, stronger

Jay Gruden shook up his defensive staff and is banking on a fresh approach by Joe Barry to push that unit toward improvements. Meanwhile, the coach also hopes that a change in leadership and approach in the weight room translates into greater results on all sides of the ball.

Jay Gruden sees Matt Cavanaugh as settling force on Redskins coaching staff

New quarterbacks coach's hiring frees head coach Jay Gruden to delegate and focus more on the big picture.

Jay Gruden not counting DeAngelo Hall out despite injury, new addition at cornerback

Hall entered last year as the team’s No. 1 cornerback and coming off of one of the finest seasons of his career. Now, he will find himself in a battle for a spot in a suddenly crowded secondary.

Jay Gruden: Redskins saw Chris Culliver as one of top cornerbacks on the market

Washington’s talent evaluators put the ex-49er at the top of the board, which is why they felt comfortable paying him No. 1-cornerback money in free agency.

Jay Gruden seeks confidence, improvement from Robert Griffin III

Redskins head coach said that he and the rest of the coaches and players stand behind the starting quarterback, but doesn't squash the talk that the team may draft one.

Gruden: Redskins’ biggest needs might be met by players already on the roster

Washington has not addressed right tackle, right guard, outside linebacker or free safety in free agency. But coach Jay Gruden said each of those voids could be filled by a current Redskin.

Jay Gruden feels more settled entering Year 2

The Redskins coach said that he believes he and his players will see improvements just by being in their second year together.

Marvin Lewis: Jay Gruden will benefit from lessons learned in Year 1

Marvin Lewis believes former assistant Jay Gruden is better prepared to handle the challenges that he will face in his second season as head coach of the Redskins.

Redskins add offensive assistant Dave Ragone

The Redskins announced that they have added former NFL quarterback Dave Ragone to their coaching staff as an offensive quality control assistant.

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