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Can the Redskins afford to keep Potter? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
In the Redskins’ first two preseason games, kickoff specialist John Potter has shown his strong leg. In fact, he’s had six kickoffs and put all of them into the end zone, with two resulting in touchbacks.

Need to Know: Back to a renovated Redskins Park | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The weight room and training room were both expanded and updated. The old Redskins Park didn’t have a kitchen and all team meals were catered. They now have that kitchen plus a crew of chefs and nutritionists to prepare and serve means for the players.

Redskins will continue preparations behind curtain | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
There aren’t many practice days left between now and theopener The Redskins will have two full practices this week and two next week. After they reduce the team to 53 players they will have two, maybe three full practices to get ready to play the Eagles. That adds up to seven more full practices between now and the Eagles game on September 9.

Early Surprises Through two preseason Games |

A look at the 5 most surprising things up to this point in the Redskins preseason.

Redskins’ QB Status: It’s Complicated | Washington Post Express
Express, The Washington Post's free daily, covers dining, music, movies, arts, fitness, shopping and more in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

RGIII’s new Subway ad

Starburst sends Chris Thompson free candy and custom socks

MRI shows no serious damage to Kirk Cousins’s right foot

Redskins defense: What we've learned - NFC East Blog - ESPN
It was easy to see how dominant nose tackle Barry Cofield was at times Monday night. It was even deeper than I realized. Two years ago the Redskins coaches predicted Cofield would soon be the NFL’s best nose tackle.

Redskins offense: What we've learned - NFC East Blog - ESPN
It’s too bad the Redskins’ offense didn’t play more than one quarter against Pittsburgh’s starters. It’s not like it would have provided a better picture -- the Redskins were explosive last year and didn’t do a whole lot versus that defense, except drop passes.

Thoughts on the Redskins Defense against the Steelers |

A look at how a number of defensive players fared in the 2nd preseason game against Pittsburgh.

The Redskins Blog | Pierre Garcon Hands Out New Jerseys

NFL Rewind |

A look at some of the biggest stories from around the league.

Cofield Optimistic About injury Timetable
The Washington Redskins defense was dealt a big blow on Monday night when NT Barry Cofield went down with a broken hand. Will he return soon? He certainly thinks so.

Redskins rookies have plenty of room for improvement after rough game - Washington Times
Several draft picks will take lessons from the game to practice Wednesday as the team moves toward the regular season opener in less than three weeks.