First-year coach Jay Gruden has Redskins thinking quick turnaround

Thursday June 12th, 2014
Jay Gruden (left) is looking to blend elements of his offense in Cincinnati with the Redskins' incumbent strengths.
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Robert Griffin III (center) has looked strong in offseason workouts after a serious knee injury loomed over his 2013 campaign.
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Gruden's honeymoon phase in Washington remains in bloom for a little while longer, but his own stride and sense of control of his new team has been impressively steady so far. Nothing short of results will truly matter come the regular season, but for now, he's a new head coach in the NFL as summer approaches, and that means all things still seem possible.

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