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While examining the offense under Jay Gruden, we revisit Washington big loss against the Colts, in which it had success with a few concepts and scored 27 points.

Much of the attention of the offseason has centered on Robert Griffin III as he enters what appears to be a make-or-break season. But what about Jay Gruden? Do we really know if he has what it takes to succeed as a head coach in the NFL?

Can an offensive-line guru, burly linemen and big-bodied back fix Redskins’ poor red-zone performance?

Colt McCoy and Kirk Cousins are competing for the top backup job.

As he headed to the locker room following the final practice of the offseason, the quarterback had a smile on his face and pep in his step.

Wednesday afternoon’s on-field work represented the final session of the offseason for Jay Gruden and his players.

As the team’s offseason work draws to a close, the coach declared a sense of encouragement.

A place for quick reaction to the news of the day from out in Ashburn during Day 2 of minicamp.

Martial-arts instructor schools Redskins in the art of pass rushing.

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.

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