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The starting strong safety job, and the spots on the depth chart at both positions also remain unresolved as the Redskins enter training camp later this month.

Jay Gruden and his charges went through their most extensive work day of the offseason thus far.

Readers ask Mike Jones which safeties will end up on the roster, why Preston Smith was drafted, and lots about Jay Gruden and his quarterbacks.

Although the Redskins don’t kick off training camp until the end of July, the competition to start at strong safety already has commenced.

Who stood out at Washington's second offseason practice session of the week.

Monday's practice is open to reporters, so we'll get another look at the team and the position battles that are taking shape, plus any possible signs of progress.

Here's who stood out and stayed late during the Redskins' fifth practice session of the offseason.

The Redskins are back on the field, and Wednesday's practice session is open to reporters. Here are some of the things we'll be looking at.

The Redskins on Tuesday held their first offseason practice session, and among the things it revealed were the rotations at cornerback and defensive line, and how sharp the quarterbacks are.

Washington brings back an exclusive-rights free agent, giving them three safeties on the roster.

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