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Next year’s NFL draft will be held May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, the league announced Tuesday. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said last week that next year’s draft would be held in May instead of late April because Radio City Music Hall is starting an annual spring event that conflicts with the usual late April dates of the draft. Goodell said then that the only remaining issue was whether the 2014 draft would be held May 8-10 or May 15-17. Read full article >>    

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When Robert Griffin III revealed that fans had purchased a good number of the items off his wedding registry, the universe became divided between those who were outraged at such a terrible, horrible thing, and those who couldn’t have cared less. It seems that RGIII’s teammates fall into the “what’s the big deal” school of thought. Read full article >>    

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Upgrading the depth at right tackle ranked among the Redskins’ offseason priorities, and in addition to re-signing starter Tyler Polumbus, the team added veterans Tony Pashos and Jeremy Trueblood, who also play right tackle. Read full article >>    

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Robert Griffin III has made his way through the first four-plus months of his rehabilitation from his January knee surgeries at an impressive rate. Throughout the whole process, Griffin by all accounts has remained upbeat and confident. Teammates that have trained with him on a daily basis since the winter say they have never seen him discouraged. Read full article >>    

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We’re back for another edition of The Mailbag, which is running today because of the holiday weekend. Next week, we’ll be back to the regular Monday schedule, so fire away between now and then with any Redskins-related questions. Read full article >>    

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Tuesday kickaround

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*Corey Ashe’s first U.S. national team invitation was gone in the time it took to strain his groin in the Houston Dynamo’s MLS match Sunday at Sporting Kansas City. A day later, he withdrew from the U.S. squad, which has gathered in Cleveland ahead of Wednesday’s friendly against Belgium (8 p.m. ET, ESPN2, UniMas). Read full article >>    

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Although just 22 years old, Bacarri Rambo has seen his fair share of trials — some beyond his control, others caused by his own misdeeds. So it was almost fitting when his NFL draft experience didn’t go according to plan. Read full article >>    

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De Rosario and Olsen sort out differences

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Dwayne De Rosario and Ben Olsen seemed to have patched up their differences after the team captain criticized his coach following D.C. United’s 2-0 loss to the Portland Timbers on Saturday night. “I have the most respect for Benny, so that is never going to change,” De Rosario said after Monday’s workout. “We are both competitors and we are not always going to see eye to eye. You get over it. With the respect we have for each other, we put it aside.” Read full article >>    

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Analysis Mike Shanahan might make some meaningful adjustments to the option-style elements of the Washington Redskins’ offense to try to safeguard quarterback Robert Griffin III next season. He might not. Read full article >>    

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Redskins QB Robert Griffin III remains ahead of schedule on his ACL injury and hopes to return by training camp and Week 1 of the 2013 regular season.

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