NFC East

Redskins mailbag: Part 2
A little more balanced mailbag for Saturday, with four questions on the draft but three on other topics, including Robert Griffin III and who will make the biggest impact of anyone not named DeSean Jackson.

DeSean Jackson shows up for workouts
Depending on who you talked to, receiver DeSean Jackson missing the first week of voluntary workouts was either no big deal or the greatest sin committed in some time.

Redskins hope for 'double whammy'
It's supposed to provide a boost to themselves and hurt a division rival at the same time. That's the benefit of signing a player from a team in your own division.

Andre Roberts wonders about his role
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Shortly after he signed with Washington, receiver Andre Roberts recalled his frustration from the past season. He was Arizona’s second receiver in 2012; he was their third in 2013.

Cowboys have best receivers in NFC East
DeSean Jackson joining Pierre Garcon in Washington brings up this question: Which team has the best receiver combination in the NFC East?Jackson and Garcon are clearly a potent duo to deal with twice a year within the division.

Trent Williams 'stoked' about OL changes
The first day of free agency witnessed a changing of one guard. A couple weeks later, they ditched their center. So there were changes along the Washington Redskins' offensive line.

Griffin: 'Coach supports his players'
One person after another has let it be known how happy Robert Griffin III has appeared this offseason. It’s why I wrote a column on it a couple weeks ago.

Trent Williams: New aura in the building
The first day provided everyone a chance to see the change up close. Jay Gruden was hired to replace Mike Shanahan in January; many players did not have to be at Redskins Park until Monday.

Skins can't forget Alfred Morris' importance
With so many toys at Jay Gruden's disposal in Robert Griffin III, Pierre Garcon, Andre Roberts, Jordan Reed and DeSean Jackson, how does Alfred Morris fit in offense?

Analyzing Kiper Grade A draft: Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles were active in keeping their own players, such as Jeremy Maclin, Jason Kelce and Riley Cooper. They were active in signing free agents, such as safety Malcolm Jenkins, and trading for running back Darren Sproles.

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