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Safety had been reinstated in May after a two-year suspension. He's now out indefinitely

Mike Jones answers readers' questions on the young offensive coordinator's role and the offense, plus Santana Moss, Trent Murphy and, of course, Tanard Jackson.

Here are a few videos, including one with rookie tackle Morgan Moses claiming he can sing, to start your week at The Insider.

As he attempts to make his third comeback from a drug suspension, Redskins safety Tanard Jackson described himself as humbled and thankful. He also said he he’s confident that he will not make the same mistake again.

Safety had missed two seasons while suspended for a substance-abuse violated, then was reinstated and released on Tuesday.

Two people familiar with the situation said that it was not because of a failed physical. The Redskins and other teams are interested in signing him.

Redskins general manager Bruce Allen took a non-committal approach on Tanard Jackson, who on Monday received word that he will be reinstated after missing two seasons while serving a suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

Mike Jones answers questions from readers about the NFL draft, Redskins right tackles and wide receivers, the linebackers coaches, and of course, Tanard Jackson.

Safety has not played the past two seasons.

It may be the offseason, but there’s nothing quiet about it.

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