Redskins release guard Chris Chester and cornerback Tracy Porter

Expensive veteran players let go one day after offseason practices begin in earnest.

ASHBURN VA, MAY 26: Offensive lineman Chris Chester, left, snaps the ball to quarterback Robert Griffin III during the Washington Redskins' OTA's at Redskin Park in Ashburn VA May 26, 2015 (Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

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Coach expects to be wiser, more effective in Year 2, and he's getting help from his new assistants.

Redskins release guard Chris Chester and cornerback Tracy Porter

Expensive veteran players let go one day after offseason practices begin in earnest.

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Most fans seem to think it's a bad idea.

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Jason Hatcher's first year in Washington was disappointing, but the freedom afforded him under new coordinator Joe Barry and his new linemates have him excited for 2015.

DeSean Jackson watched the Cavs get to the NBA Finals — on the first day of Redskins OTAs

The workouts are voluntary, but players are strongly encouraged to attend, and almost all do. But he's hanging with LeBron.

Robert Griffin III doesn’t want to be limited by tag of ‘drop-back passer’

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden expects backup QBs Colt McCoy, Kirk Cousins to push Robert Griffin III for starting job.

Griffin confident, defense beefed up at Redskins’ first offseason practice

Fourth-year starter hopes to improve in second year under Gruden while new faces jell on other side of ball.

Redskins’ Robert Griffin III not doing it alone this time

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Redskins’ offseason practice begins

Team’s OTAs begin, as does process of melding veterans, free agents and draft picks.

Daniel Snyder has already talked to Santana Moss about a future role with the Redskins

Receiver says owner has talked about bringing him back to work with the team after his retirement.

Observations from Tuesday’s Redskins offseason practice session

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.

Trent Williams, DeSean Jackson, Jordan Reed miss start of offseason practice phase

The Washington Redskins began the third phase of their offseason program on Tuesday, holding their first official practice on Tuesday. But three of the team's top offensive players were not in attendance.

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