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|The Washington Redskins could decide it's time to help their running game on Day 2 of the NFL draft.
After addressing a need to stop opponents on the ground by picking Alabama defensive tackle Da'Ron Payne 13th overall Torry Holt Jersey , the Redskins might want to improve their own rushing offense, perhaps with a running back or a left guard.
They head into Friday with one second-round choice, 44th overall, and nothing in the third, because that pick was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs as part of the package that brought quarterback Alex Smith to Washington.
Only four teams ran for fewer yards than the Redskins did last season.
Rookie Samaje Perine gained 603 yards on 175 carries Rico Gathers Jersey , a 3.4 average, and was the only running back on the roster who rushed for more than 300.
ESPN has hired Jeff Triplette as a rules analyst, Cameron Filipe of Football Zebras reports.
An ESPN spokesman declined comment, but a source confirmed the report to PFT.
Triplette joins Joe Tessitore, Jason Witten and Booger McFarland on the Monday Night Football broadcast Andrew Luck Jersey , replacing Gerald Austin. Austin, a former referee, had worked for ESPN since 2012.
Austin, who will remain the officiating coordinator for Conference USA, will join Jon Gruden as a consultant for the Raiders Logan Cooke Jersey , according to ESPN.
Triplette spent 22 seasons in the NFL as a back judge and referee, retiring after last season. He worked 11 postseason games, including the 2007 AFC Championship Game, and was an alternate referee for Super Bowl XLI.
The NFL steered ESPN to hire Triplette, per Football Zebras.
Triplette’s career was not without controversy Markus Wheaton Jersey , including his final game. Former NFL head of officiating Mike Pereira was among those to criticize Triplette and the officiating crew after the wild-card playoff game between the Titans and Chiefs.
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