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Post 11 Oct 2019 02:48

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with the Redskins?"When the draft is over Rob Kelley Jersey , the feeding frenzy for undrafted free agents begins. Reports will come out about players agreeing to terms with teams, tweets will link players to teams, and report contracts are signed. None of these reports are official until the team announces the signing in the next few days. Some players are invited to rookie mini-camp, and it gets reported as a signing. Proceed with caution.Reported Signings:Juwann Bushell-Beatty, OT, MichiganSteven Sims, Jr., WR, KansasChidi Okeke, OT, Tennessee StateTodd Rahming, WR, DukeKano Dillon, TE, OregonRyan Bee, DT, MarshallB.J. Blunt, LB, McNeese StateJoJo McIntosh, DB, WashingtonTryouts:Deion Harris Ziggy Hood Jersey , CB, North Dakota University Josh Caldwell, RB, Northwest Missouri StateKendrick Edwards, WR, Arkansas StateAca’Cedric Ware, RB, USCReggie Bain, OL, FAUTaiwan Deal, RB, WisconsinDon Liotine, RB, Stony BrookCal Daniels, FB, Stony BrookWashington Redskins 2019 Draft PicksRound 1(#15): Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio StateRound 1(#26): Montez Sweat, OLB, Mississippi StateRound 2(#46): Traded to ColtsRound 3(#76): Terry McLaurin, WR Geron Christian Jersey , Ohio StateRound 3(#96): Traded to the BillsRound 4(#112): Bryce Love, RB, StanfordRound 4(#131): Wes Martin, G, IndianaRound 5(#153): Ross Pierschbacher, C, AlabamaRound 5(#173): Cole Holcomb, ILB, North CarolinaRound 6(#206): Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C. StateRound 7(#227): Jimmy Moreland, CB, James MadisonRound 7(#253): Jordan Brailford, OLB, Oklahoma StateNFL News twitter feed:Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lis ... rsRedskins twitter feed:Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/beat-writers Washington is 0-3 and there aren’t many signs that things are about to start getting better in the near future, which is never a good thing for a head coach’s job security.It’s usually a particularly bad thing for a head coach who has gone 35-44-1 while making the playoffs once in his five full seasons in the job. That’s where Jay Gruden finds himself after Monday night’s loss to the Bears and that’s why he was answering a question on Tuesday about whether he feels he’s coaching for his job on a weekly basis.“No. I haven’t felt like that. But who knows?” Gruden said on a conference. “I’m just trying to concentrate on the Giants right now, put our best foot forward, learn from our mistakes here and try to get better. That’s all we’re trying to do here as a staff and go from there.”Gruden said he doesn’t plan on making any changes to the staff during the season and noted that their first three opponents all made the playoffs last year. He added that he still has faith that things will come together for the team, but a few more losses will make it hard to continue clinging to that belief.

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