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The Redskins have until 4 p.m. to get the roster down from 75 to 53 players.

Vernon Davis, Niles Paul, Logan Paulsen and Derek Carrier and are all competing for time behind Jordan Reed. When Reed sits out, the others benefit.

Who stood out, who sat out, and everything else from Wednesday in Ashburn.

Outside linebacker who missed last season is as eager as a kid at Christmas, his coach says, but team will take it slowly.

If there’s one position the Redskins don't need to address this week, it’s tight end.

Eighth-year veteran returning after missing 2015 following toe surgery.

With their tight end depth ravaged, the Redskins on Sunday signed a free agent and placed two on injured reserve.

The tight end ranks take a hit, as Paulsen might need surgery and Reed might rest his hamstring.

Niles Paul filled in admirably for oft-injured Jordan Reed last season. As they prepare for the 2015 season, Paul has overtaken Reed for the starting job.

Washington struggled with special teams last season, but made several moves to address a lack of depth.

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