Scouting the Opponent: Cowboys’ Williams Surging After Slow Start " CBS DC
Terrance Williams dropped passes and ran bad routes early in his first training camp with the Dallas Cowboys, but is now starting to take off.
‘Rejuvenated’ RGIII Prepping for Redskins-Cowboys " CBS DC
Robert Griffin III is a middle-of-the-park performer through his first four games after major knee surgery.
A look at the Redskins mid-week injury report and how that could impact them this week against the Cowboys.
Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Preview: 4 Keys to the Game | 4th & Pain
Previewing the Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys game with the 4th & Pain 4 Keys to the Game. Plus, Carriker gives a big update on his rehab efforts as well as tells us how to add muscle, not fat.
Need to Know: Romo’s scrambling has the attention of Redskins’ defense | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, October 10, three days before the Redskins visit the Cowboys on Sunday night. Nickel coverage Five things from yesterday at Redskins Park: 1. We have a couple of takes on the elusive Tony Romo here. The first is from Rob Jackson.
Need to Know: Is Garçon as good as Bryant? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, October 9, four days before the Redskins visit the Cowboys on Sunday night. Nickel coverage Five things you need to know about the Redskins-Cowboys matchup on Sunday night. 1.
DeAngelo Hall ready to ‘rise to the occasion’ vs. Dez Bryant
"As a coordinator, as a player, you try to do a lot of things," Hall said before going with a basketball analogy. "You try to give him a hard foul, try to hit him, you try to do things to change the look. You can’t just sit back there and play a zone, you can’t just sit back and play man."
Redskins’ confidence not shaken, according to Cofield
"This team is confident," Cofield said Wednesday. "Despite the way we started, we have a lot of confidence in general. People trust the plan that we have. I think that’s the biggest thing. We have a lot of faith in our coaches. We have a lot of faith in our front office. We love our locker room and we feel like we have a lot of high-character guys that we can rely on. So whenever you have that type of mind-set, that type of trust and faith, you’re very reluctant to crumble and you’re very reluctant to lose confidence."
Cofield’s broken hand is ‘healed enough’
"It’s healed enough," Cofield said Wednesday. "It’s not an excuse. It’s not an issue. I’m gonna continue to tape it up and do whatever I have to do to be smart. But in reality, it really doesn’t affect me any more and it hasn’t been an excuse even when I had [his injured hand wrapped and covered with a] club. And it’s definitely not one now."
Young: Eliminating ‘little things’ will lead to turnaround on offense
"Regardless of how you move the ball, we can move the ball in the field, but we get in the red zone, that’s where we’re struggling, and third downs, obviously," Young said. "Kyle and them do a great job every week of game planning, putting us in situations. But dropped balls and penalties – I mean, it’s hard on first and 10, then you’ve got second and 20 as opposed to second and three. It’s just a different game plan. We just have to eliminate the penalties. … I think we’ve just got to eliminate the little things."
A look at some of the top questions as the Redskins kick-off the rest of their season this week.
Alfred Morris, Jordan Reed full-go at Redskins practice - ESPN
Redskins' Alfred Morris (bruised ribs), Jordan Reed (quad contusion) practice in full, expected to play against Cowboys
Friendship set aside for Williams, RG III - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"I’m happy to see him, but we have a game to play and I’m pretty sure we’re both going to try to do our best so we can come away with a victory," Williams said. "But during the game I can’t talk to him. After the game, I sure will be able to talk to him."
Redskins RB Alfred Morris needs more carries - ESPN
He knew he'd receive extra attention. What the Washington Redskins really need is for Alfred Morris to receive more carries.
Alfred Morris is still eager to carry the Washington Redskins’ load - The Washington Post
"It’s not frustrating," he said. "Even if it’s not running the ball, maybe I can get in on the passing game, or keep blitzes off of Robert so he can have time to make his reads and make the throws. Whatever I can do to help my team win — even if they want me to run down on special teams, I’m fine with that."
Leonard Hankerson beginning to emerge as a key receiver for the Redskins - Washington Times
In a game Washington absolutely had to have against Oakland, LeonardHankerson made his contribution. A key catch in the third-quarter was one of his four receptions on the day and set up the go-ahead score on a touchdown pass to Pierre Garcon. The Redskins were down 14-10 at the time.
Aldon Smith charged with felony weapons possession - Washington Times
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was charged Wednesday with three felony counts of illegal possession of an assault weapon, stemming from a party at his home in June 2012.
A look at the five things the Redskins need to do to get the win in Dallas.