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Burgundy Blogcast

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Brent is joined by Redskins reporter Ben Standig of The Athletic, to discuss (among other things): the team's 2020 outlook, its 10 best players, reasons for both hope and doubt on Dwayne Haskins, the over-crowded running back room, Cody Latimer
Thoughts and observations about Project 11, Haskins' diary, and several other Redskins-related goings-on.
The Redskins finally dealt Trent Williams (to Kyle Shanahan!) moments before Day 3 started, then proceeded to add several more promising prospects, including Saadhiq Charles and Antonio Gandy-Golden.
The Redskins bagged havoc-wreaker Chase Young and game-breaker Antonio Gibson, but thus far have failed to trade Trent Williams.
A comprehensive update to my view of the Redskins after the primary phase of free agency, and with less than a week to go before Rivera's first draft.
Season 6 in the house! For this special episode, devoted Redskins fan and my third- or fourth-smartest friend Colin joined me to discuss the upcoming draft.
Ron Rivera's first free agency cycle is upon us. Let's rock and roll.
Thoughts on a few more important changes in the Redskins front office.
New head coach Ron Rivera is building a new staff with many former colleagues, and without former heir-apparent Kevin O'Connell.
We did it. We actually did it. We made Dan Snyder #FireBruceAllen.
Eagles fans took over FedEx again—and left happy again—but at least Haskins finally looked the part.
The Redskins got eliminated by the Packers. Will Bruce Allen get eliminated by Dan Snyder?
Haskins finally got a start! But it was boring and the Redskins are still bad.
Another frazzled relief appearance by Dwayne Haskins posed no threat to Kirk Cousins's superior second squad.
Kyle Shanahan and a torrential downpour spoiled Homecoming, as the Redskins never even got on the board.
The Redskins wasted a unique opportunity by juuust barely beating the worst team in modern NFL history.
Jay Gruden was relieved of his head coaching duties because he just had to go. His temporary successor is not off to a great start.
Even the debut of Dwayne Haskins (in relief) could not spark the Redskins to so much as a single touchdown against their lowly rival.
Case Keenum melted down and the Redskins fell apart on Monday Night Football. Shocker, I know.
The Redskins got embarrassed at home, by a division rival, again. This short episode is mostly just me ripping their pathetic defense.
Burgundy Blogcast returns—for some reason—to comment on a tough divisional Week 1 loss for the Redskins, and to squash any of your pathetic remaining hopes for a better future.
Nothing is really happening. And that is bad.
With nothing left to play for but pride, the Redskins opted out.
Adrian Peterson's Herculean effort and Josh Johnson's collectedness brought the Redskins to the brink of a memorable win! Alas, reality.
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