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Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
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Helu, the Redskins' leading rusher as a rookie in 2011, played a significant role for the team last season and, as a result, his base salary for 2014 will double.
Williams, the MVP of the Redskins' victory in Super Bowl XXII, returns to the franchise as a personnel executive and will assist in scouting and talent evaluation.
The Browns announced Thursday they have hired former Redskins assistant coaches Mike McDaniel and Richard Hightower for positions on their coaching staff.
One of few players in the league this season who was an exclusive rights free agent, Robinson signed a one-year contract with the Redskins on Monday.
The NFL's commissioner said Friday that the league is continuing to listen to people who believe the Redskins' nickname is racist and insensitive to Native Americans.
Bevell, the Seahawks' offensive coordinator, was the first candidate to interview for the Redskins' vacancy when he met with general manager Bruce Allen on Jan. 1.
The Redskins' running back had 69 receiving yards but did not score as his team, Team Sanders, lost 22-21 to Team Rice in the first Pro Bowl led by Hall of Fame captains.
Jordan, who spent nine years in the NFL, has been hired as the Redskins' new running backs coach, the team announced late Saturday.
The SEC's all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards, the big-bodied Vanderbilt wide receiver has been determined to continue the same routine that allowed him to reach such marks.
Day, who spent the last two years at UConn, spent the previous two years as the quarterbacks coach for the Chicago Bears, where he worked closely under then-offensive coordinator Mike Martz.
Dixon met with Redskins representatives earlier this week and would like to be reunited with former teammate Robert Griffin III, but he's also determined to prove that he should be a first-round draft pick.
LaFleur, who worked as the Redskins' quarterbacks coach for four seasons under coach Mike Shanahan, has been hired as Notre Dame's new quarterbacks coach.
The defensive coordinator said Wednesday the Redskins intend to keep their 3-4 defensive scheme intact entering the first season under new coach Jay Gruden, but that a lot of the decisions moving forward will be tied to the players the team is able to bring in or keep.
After making more than 400 tackles while working with four different linebackers coaches during five years at Wisconsin, it's clear Chris Borland knows how to play the position. What's not clear is exactly where Borland would fit when it comes to playing in the NFL.
Growing up with a father who was a Michigan football fan, Stephen Morris took a liking at a young age to the Patriots' Tom Brady. But if Morris, Miami's starting quarterback for the past two seasons, makes it to the NFL, he'll have the Seahawks' Russell Wilson to thank, not Brady.
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