Cardinals’ Darnell Docket is eager to face Redskins on trip back home - Insider
"I play in front of friends and family all the time but the biggest thing is being able to come home and play against a team that I have not beat since I’ve been in the NFL," Dockett says. "That’s a big challenge for me." (Also surprising he's a Cowboys fan)
Tim Hightower spends a night with his offensive line - DC Sports Bog
Redskins running back posts a photo of himself with his blockers, in a local restaurant, which is a good thing. #chemistry
Redskins' Grossman goes back to proving grounds - WaExaminer
"I feel good about it, and I'm going to make mistakes. Mistakes happen, but to be a quarterback and not be confused -- I'm not trying to 'what do I do now,' that's when bad things happen -- and I don't feel that very much."
Trent Williams encouraged by Week 1 outing - The Insider
"[Jason Paul-Pierre] didn’t wow me, if that’s what you’re asking," Williams said. "He’s a great player. He came in and did his job. He was alright."
Redskins' Children's Book Drive Starts Sunday
Everyone bring a children's book to Fedex Field on Sunday.
The Redskins Blog | Hightower An Asset In Game-Planning
"You get a little more relevant to the person than you do about the X’s and O’s," he said. "Like Barry [Cofield] last week, we get into detail about the players about their personality, work habits, strengths and weaknesses – things along those lines."
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett defends safety Reed Doughty - The Insider - The Washington Post
"Everybody’s been killing Reed on the play, but it’s not all Reed’s fault," Haslett said. "You get that much time to complete a pass, you’re going to complete balls in this league. ...We didn’t get a good rush that time. The quarterback stepped up in the pocket.
Redskins’ injury report: Keyaron Fox joins the list - The Insider
Fox sat out portions of practice with a sore back.
Andre Carter finds what he wanted with Pats - BostonHerald.com
"The first thing I asked (Allen) was, ‘What were your future plans. We would really like to ask for a release,’ " said Carter's agent. "Sometimes, if the player indicates that he wants to go in a different direction, the team might allow him to do that. Bruce Allen said, ‘If (Carter) feels like that’s what he wants to do, we’ll go ahead and release him.’ "
App Store - The Official Washington Redskins Cheerleader App
The rating mentions "Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content or Nudity"