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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Niles Paul
20 questions: The Redskins' draft class of 2011 is on the verge of becoming a major bust. Can anyone besides Ryan Kerrigan step up and save it?
Trent Williams and Niles Paul talk about their expectations for the offense
After a dismal season on special teams in 2013, the Redskins figure to make some big changes to personnel this offseason. Who stays and who goes?
Although Niles Paul's contributions on offense have been limited, the 2011 draft pick is carving out a niche on special teams.
Special teams ace Niles Paul called the Redskins' coverage struggles "embarrassing," "heartbreaking" and "unacceptable."
Tight end Jordan Reed, fullback Darrel Young and Niles Paul will be listed as questionable for Sunday night's game against the Giants.
Darrel Young (hamstring) and Niles Paul (illness) did not practice Thursday.
On Thursday, in a 34-27 road loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Redskins were humiliated by a botched fake punt attempt in the third quarter that was negated by a penalty, then were left with an 11-yard net gain on the ensuing try. It was the fifth time in six games the Redskins have had a miscue on special teams.
Niles Paul never saw the signal. Or maybe he just didn't believe it. It was tough to tell who knew what in the chaos of a fake punt that failed late in the third quarter of a 34-27 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
As Cousins quarterbacks the Redskins' starting offense through three of four preseason games beginning Thursday night on the road against the Tennessee Titans, he believes he is better equipped to seize an opportunity that's important for him and the franchise.
To Richard Crawford, it was so simple. Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan told him Friday he'd be replacing Brandon Banks on punt returns, so he got his mind right and prepared.
When Fred Davis took off his gloves on the sideline Sunday, Chris Cooley had a bad feeling that the Washington Redskins' starting tight end was done for the season.
It was the night before Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe addressed his former coach's Washington Redskins, and there was one particular player in need of some advice.
Niles Paul was just 8 months old when the Denver Broncos drafted little-known wide receiver Shannon Sharpe out of Savannah State. After three tight ends went down to injury, Sharpe stepped in and excelled at the position. He is now one of eight tight ends enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 23-10 win over the New York Giants.
"I think DeSean Jackson would be a nice addition to our team … a definite improvement to our offense and another weapon for RG3 to have," Paul said. "He's a speed guy. He's a blazer. That would be a nice addition to the wide receiver corps we have right now."
Tight end Niles Paul also said he was excited to hear that Jackson was scheduled to visit.