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Preston keres/special to the Washington Times Robert Griffin III’s progress as the Redskins’ quarterback was aided by immediately being named the starter, enabling the rookie to practice as such all offseason and throughout training camp.

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Preston keres/special to the Washington Times Robert Griffin III’s progress as the Redskins’ quarterback was aided by immediately being named the starter, enabling the rookie to practice as such all offseason and throughout training camp.

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** FILE ** Dwayne De Rosario (Preston Keres/Special to The Washington Times)

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** FILE ** Dwayne De Rosario (Preston Keres/Special to The Washington Times)

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The Redskins' draft in 2011 largely paid dividends, with significant contributions from most of their picks. Roy Helu (top left/Preston Keres/Special to The Washington Times) set a franchise rookie record with three straight 100-yard games.; linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (top right/Andrew Harnik/The WashingtonTimes) returned an interception for a touchdown against the Giants in the opener; Jarvis Jenkins (bottom left/(Preston Keres/Special to The Washington Times) tore an ACL in the preseason but figures prominently in their plans and running back Evan Royster (bottom right/Preston Keres/Special to The Washington Times) was a workhorse down the stretch. "The scouts enjoy working with coach [Mike] Shanahan through the draft more than anybody we've had because he continues up to draft day asking their opinions." Scott Campbell, director of player personnel (center/Associated Press)