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Take A Selfie!

John Keim Report

Release Date: 11/25/2019

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John talks to colleague Rick Snider, the two longest tenured beat writers covering the Skins for a walk down memory lane of coaches past and what the future holds for the start of the Ron Rivera era. They reminisce over Scott Turner's time as a kid in DC when his Dad Norv was the coach.

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Albert Breer from the Monday Morning QB joins John to discuss the new era under Ron Rivera, what he knows about Scott Turner's potential as offensive coordinator and what Dwayne Haskins will have to prove to be the Redskins starter next year and beyond.

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Former Redskins QB Jason Campbell joins John to discuss his career in DC, what working with Ken Zampese was like, his thoughts on Dwayne Haskins and the keys to having the best chance for a good career in the league.

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John speaks to ESPN Broncos reporter and draft expert Jeff Legwold on the hiring of former Broncos coordinator Jack Del Rio to discuss his style and potential fit with the Redskins defense. And they discuss Chase Young and his potential fit in the Redskins defense as the possible number 2 overall draft pick.

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John is joined by ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton who covered Ron Rivera's tenure with Carolina and Mike Jones from USA Today and the Football Jones podcast.

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Paul Woody covered his last game after 40 years on the Redskins beat for the Richmond Times Dispatch. John and Paul discuss the hey dey under Gibbs, the new era under Snyder and what he learned along the way spending his life around Washington football.

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John is joined by Kareem Copeland of the Washington Post following the Redskins 41-35 OT loss to the Giants. They discuss the Dwayne Haskins injury, to what degree Dan Snyder intervened in the decision to have him not return to the game and why losing means winning the Chase Young bowl.

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John catches up with ESPN Giants colleague Jordan Raanan as the Skins and Giants get set to play a must lose game this weekend at fed Ex Field. They discuss how each others issues mirror one another.

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The Redskins lose to the Eagles 37-27 but Urban Meyer's presence at Fed Ex Field had John investigating why the former Ohio State/Florida coach was there and whether it meant there was a possibility of him becoming the next head coach of the team.

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John spends Therapy Thursday discussing the future of Redskins team President Bruce Allen and some of the rumors that former and even current players like DeAngelo Hall and Alex Smith could be part of a revamped front office.

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