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Many Redskins will see a familiar face among the hosts’ special teams units.

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he will not use one game to make his decision on a place-kicker. Instead, the coach maintained that this call will go down to the final preseason game.

Kirk Cousins is taking reps at training camp at holder to feel more prepared.

After playing three positions in three seasons, Paul has found peace as a tight end and special teams player.

Kai Forbath and Zach Hocker have had a handful of kicking duels in the first week of training camp, but coach Jay Gruden said he still doesn’t know if he’ll go with one over the other, or find a way to keep both when it comes down to finalizing the 53-man roster.

Third-year player Richard Crawford, recovered from ACL surgery, in battle for role in return game and secondary.

We’ve tackled offense and defense. Here's a look at the five areas to monitor on the special teams units this training camp.

Long snapper was signed after Nick Sundberg was injured last season. Washington also signed TE Mike Caussin

After showing promise in 2012, the team showed needs at both spots in 2013 and moved to fill them in 2014. Does that leave Crawford without a job?

The wide receiver had some experience as a returner in Arizona, mostly as a rookie in 2010.

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