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When Preston Smith was drafted, some thought that meant Trent Murphy was a wasted pick. By the end of the offseason program, Murphy was a standout.

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.

When asked to assess outside linebacker Trent Murphy’s rookie season, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden has mentioned the 2014 second-round pick’s need to get stronger and more explosive in Year 2.

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

Have Redskins found partial solution to pass-rushing woes in beefed up OLB Murphy and rookie Preston Smith?

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

The son of a veteran NFL guard, Peat is expected to parlay pro lineage, Stanford preparation and uncommon size to first-round selection

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.

Mike Jones says that a pass-rushing outside linebacker is a priority, but inside linebacker is not.

OFFSEASON QUESTIONS | Outside linebacker failed to justify $11.45 million salary in another season cut short by injury.

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