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  • the web"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins Recapsaround the webEDTShareTweetShareShareDaily Slop: Redskins Media Links RoundupKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsExtending Ioannidis Reflects Redskins' Continued Investment In The TrenchesIoannidis Bryce Love Washington Redskins Jersey , a fifth-round pick out of Temple in 2016, has developed into a stalwart for a defensive line that includes former first-round picks Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne. The Redskins rewarded Ioannidis with a multi-year extension Thursday.Why Daron Payne switched to No. 94 as soon as it was available | NBC Sports WashingtonDaron Payne changes jersey numbers to pay homage to high school days, as No. 94 was recently made availableRedskins fans shouldn't hate the idea of Daniel Jones at No. 15 as much as they seem to | NBC Sports WashingtonPlenty of mock drafts, including Charley Casserly's most recent one, have the Redskins taking Daniel Jones at pick No. 15. Fans don't seem to love that idea, but maybe they should.Matt Flanagan Sharpens Entrepreneurial Skills With WeWork ExternshipThrough the NFL Players Association Externship program, Flanagan spent three weeks at the WeWork Lab Office in New York, helping startups expand and increase their value.Paul Richardson Jr. Struggled Through Pain Last Season. Now He's Ready To ProduceThe Redskins speedy wide receiver missed the second half of last season with a shoulder injury. With surgery in the past, he's looking forward to giving back everything the Redskins invested in him.Breaking Down The Redskins' 2019 ScheduleWashington starts out the season in Philadelphia and hosts the Cowboys for the home opener, while the year concludes with three consecutive games against division rivals.Amidst Jags controversy, Landon Collins tries to recruit Jalen Ramsey to Redskins | NBC Sports WashingtonAs Ramsey spars publicly with Tom Coughlin, the new Redskins safety invites the lockdown corner to D.C.After years of neglect on defensive line, Redskins continue smart moves with Matt Ioannidis deal | NBC Sports WashingtonFor two decades the Redskins bounced back and forth between neglect and negligence along their defensive line. Times have changed.Ryan Kerrigan electrifies crowd, chugs beer through his shirt in nod to T.J. Oshie | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins linebacker honored the injured Capital by doing his well-known drinking celebration before the puck dropped on Saturday.Why Daniel Jones might make sense if the Redskins truly believe they’re ‘close’ | NBC Sports WashingtonDaniel Jones seems unlikely to be the best QB in the 2019 class. He also seems unlikely to be a bust. Given the Redskins' history at QB, Jones’ lack of sexy upside might be his most attractive quality.2019 Redskins Draft Bracket: It's Dalton Risner vs. Brian Burns in the final, and it shouldn't be close | NBC Sports WashingtonWe've arrived to the final matchup of the Redskins Draft Bracket, with Dalton Risner facing off against Brian Burns. Truthfully, this is a no-doubter.Safety Deionte Thompson has the aggressiveness to make it in the NFL | NBC Sports WashingtonIn the latest Prospect Profile, Charley Casserly believes Alabama safety Deionte Thompson has the physical qualities to make it in the NFL.Who is Josh Woodrum? Three facts about the former AAF and new Redskins QB | NBC Sports WashingtonCase Keenum and Colt McCoy now have some company in the Redskins' quarterback room after the team signed a passer who last played in the AAF.'I Am the Prospect': One big-time skill could get Maryland's Darnell Savage all the way into the NFL Draft's first round | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins could certainly use a hard-hitting Bryce Love Washington Redskins Jersey , versatile safety like Savage, but he may not be on the board when Washington picks on Day 2.Alabama-Redskins pipeline could continue | 106.7 The FanThe Redskins took Dan Snyder's plane to Tuscaloosa. Here's what they found.Here are the positions NFC teams will target in 2019 NFL draftKeeping QBs like Dak Prescott and Kirk Cousins happy and healthy could be prime draft directives in the NFC.J Moyer’s RSP Scouting Lens: Parsing the 2019 Quarterback Class – The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP)Futures: Darnell Savage | Football OutsidersFootball Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of the NFL and college football. Our writers, led by Aaron Schatz, also provide content to ESPN.com and write the annual book Football Outsiders Almanac.Prospect Profiles: Linebacker Devin Bush Could Follow In His Father’s Footsteps As A First-Round PickBush grew up around the NFL, and now’s he’s looked at as one of the top linebackers ahead of next week’s draft.Iowa TE T.J. Hockenson: NFL draft prospectLeading up to the 2019 NFL draft, which starts April 25, Yahoo Sports will count down our top 100 overall prospects. We’ll count them down 10 at a time, followed by profiles on our top 30 overall players. The Latest on NFL free agency (all times EDT):11:15 p.m.A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that the Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with Miami linebacker Cameron Wake on a three-year deal worth $23 million with $10 million guaranteed.The person spoke on the condition of anonymity Tuesday night because the signings won’t be official until the NFL’s new year begins Wednesday. ESPN.com first reported the deal.A five-time Pro Bowler, Wake has 98 career sacks in 10 seasons with the Dolphins. Wake, who turned 37 in January, had six sacks last season.With the Titans, he will help replace retired linebacker Brian Orakpo and linebacker Derrick Morgan, who’s due to be a free agent.The Titans also agreed to terms earlier Tuesday with guard Rodger Saffold with a four-year deal worth $44 million with $22.5 million guaranteed, two people familiar with the agreement told the AP. Saffold, who played left guard the past three seasons for the Los Angeles Rams, is expected to replace Quinton Spain, who becomes a free agent Wednesday.The Titans are looking to better protect Marcus Mariota and improve an offensive line that helped allow 47 sacks last season. Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan asked Saffold on Twitter on Monday if he wanted to be best friends, and Saffold responded Tuesday he’s ready to be best friends and create something special.— Reporting by Teresa M. Walker