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Is that bad luck or bad planning? | Sports | richmond.comAt this year's NFL owners meetings Rob Kelley Jersey , one session was devoted to health and safety, which included a presentation of injury data from teams.Redskins Depth Chart Review: Is running back the strongest group on the offense? | NBC Sports WashingtonOn a projected 53-man roster loaded with question marks, the Redskins running back group actually presents some strong options. Are they the best group for 2019? Depends on Derrius Guice.The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP)RSP’s Mr. Jackson: Washington DE Montez Sweat…Julius Peppers Redux?Matt Waldman's RSP analyst Jackson Block delivers an in-depth scouting report on defensive end Montez Sweat, a player with Julius Peppers' upside.After a crazy and exciting 3 days of the NFL draft or what I like to call "Christmas in April", all the selections are in and teams have revamped their teams with loads…Which Team Has the Best Chance to Improve After a Bad 2018?Colt McCoy expected to be out until training camp - Washington TimesRedskins coach Jay Gruden said Monday that Colt McCoy is not expected to be healthy at least until training camp after the veteran quarterback underwent another procedure on his leg last month.What should be expected of the Redskins 2nd year players for 2019 - Fanspeak Washington Redskins BlogWill Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins Play This Season? | Redskins Offseason Topics - YouTubeRedskins.com One On One: Chris ThompsonRedskins running back, Chris Thompson, talks to Gabe Henderson about the offseason thus far.For New Redskins Assistant Kyshoen Jarrett, Returning To The NFL Has Been A 'Long Time Coming'After a nerve-crushing hit ended his playing career in 2016, the former Redskins safety has returned to the NFL as the team's defensive quality control coach.2019 Free Agency Cost-Benefit Analysis | Football OutsidersFootball Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of the NFL and college football. Our writers, led by Aaron Schatz, also provide content to ESPN.com and write the annual book Football Outsiders Almanac.NFL Network reportedly cutting five shows, including one with Deion SandersA New York Post report suggests that the NFL Network is slashing its production budget by as much as $20 million and cutting at least five shows — including one featuring network star Deion Sanders. Offensive Free Agents the Redskins should consider | Fanspeak.comIf the Redskins are serious about competing this year and giving Dwayne Haskins the support he needs, there are players still available who can help them. Here are a few offensive players that they could acquire to round out their roster. Dwayne Haskins, QBSchool: Ohio St | Conference: Big TenCollege Experience: Redshirt Sophomore | Age: 21Height / Weight: 6-3 / 220 lbsProjected Draft Status: 1st roundNFL Comparison: Alex SmithCollege StatisticsPlayer SummaryDwayne Haskins finished his 2018 season with the Buckeyes as Big Ten Champions and a Heisman Trophy Finalist. He set OSU and Big Ten records for most passing yards in a season (4,580) and passing TDs in a season (47). Haskins would probably be best suited to stay at Ohio State for another season, but with a weak QB class this year and Urban Meyer retiring, I think he’ll declare and end up being a first round selection. Haskins has natural abilities as a thrower. He works well in the pocket and when given time is accurate to all three levels down the field. The key words there is given time; Haskins is 2nd best in the nation with a passer rating of 134.4 when given a clean pocket. Because of his size, accuracy Ziggy Hood Jersey , and Urban Meyer tutelage, I’d compare him to Alex Smith, just with a bigger arm.StrengthsAccuracy, especially on intermediate throws. According to PFF, Haskins had a 77.9 adjusted completion percentage this season. He had an almost 6:1 touchdown to INT ratio, only throwing 8 interceptions on the season.Mobility in the pocket. Showed a natural ability to slide in the pocket while maintaining vision down the field.Arm strength. While he isn’t the most accurate passer in CFB down the field, I have yet to see a throw he cannot make when his mechanics are together.Half-field processing. Excelled in the scheme and showed a quick ability to read half field defenses.WeaknessesInexperience. Haskins is young and generally untested, only starting 1 season for the Buckeyes.Mechanics on deep throws. His footwork can be sloppy causing inconsistencies on deep throws.Scheme. The con that always comes along with QBs who excel in a “system” is can they continue to excel in a more complex, pro-style offense that requires a full-field progressions rather than a single read down the field.Pressure. He thrived under generally clean pocket conditions, but how will he handle the pass rush at the next level. Especially if he is a high draft choice and ends up on a squad with a less than stellar offensive line.Media More Dwyane Haskins videosGrades:Size: 9/10Has prototypical size for an NFL QB. Is tall enough to see the field and thick enough to take a hit.Accuracy: 9/10Haskins was 5th in the nation this season with a 70.2% completion percentage. He can make all the throws when his mechanics are together. He was the 2nd most efficient passer in the nation with a clean pocket. However his mechanics can be sloppy at times, which I believe can be cleaned up.Arm Strength: 13/15You’ll hear a lot of people talk about Haskins as a natural arm talent. He can make all the throws, throw from different platforms, and can make up for lower body mechanical issues with his arm.Mobility: 8.5/10Haskins is different from some of the QBs Ohio State has had in the past. He is not a mobile quarterback, but a quarterback with mobility. Ability to feel pressure and slide in the pocket grew as the season went along. He can take off and run when he needs to, and isn’t shy of contact, but it’s not what he’s looking to do.Processing Speed: 12/15Haskins has shown to be very good at half field reads. He got better throughout the season in recognizing and looking off coverage. However, he was not asked to read a full field very often in Ohio State’s offense. This inexperience in reps and scheme could make for a steep learning curve at the next level.Mechanics: 7/10It is surprising to me how accurate Haskins is with how bad his mechanics are sometimes (which just goes to show what a natural arm talent he is). The good news is he shows the ability to put it all together at times, making it more likely a by product of inexperience. He has a tendency to not set his feet properly causing inaccuracies and problems with velocity especially on down field throws. His mechanics suffer against pressure as well Geron Christian Jersey , which is to be somewhat expected from such a young QB.Leadership: 10/15The sentiment throughout the season is that Haskins was growing into being a vocal leader. He has always been a lead by example guy, but is starting to come into his own as a vocal leader, which will be important if he is thrown into a starting role as a rookie. Clutch: 11/15Haskins excelled on the biggest stage he played in, putting up 396 yards and 6 touchdowns on then #4 Michigan. However he can be rattle by the rush. Ohio State’s schemes bailed him out of a few situations, so it is yet to be seen how he’ll handle that going forward.Overall: 79.5/100How He’d Fit on the RedskinsThe Redskins are in obvious need for a QB. With Alex Smith’s uncertain future of playing again, the Redskins need to be thinking about a new QB going forward. Seeing how the Redskins will most likely be continuing with Jay Gruden for at least the near future, I think Haskins is a great fit. If Smith is able to come back, it would be an excellent situation for Haskins, as he could take a year or two and learn behind Smith. However even if Smith isn’t able to play (which seems like the likely scenario at this point), he could be a valuable resource for Haskins to learn from in the film room. In fact, the Redskins could even consider bringing back current starter Josh Johnson (to the dismay of San Diego Fleet fans), to go along with Haskins. It’s looking more and more likely that Haskins will the first QB to come off the board, especially with Justin Herbert returning for his senior year. I think it would be a huge mistake to try and reach for him, but if he does fall to the Redskins, they shouldn’t hesitate to take him.