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Daily Slop: Meriweather Practices Fully on Wednesday; Biggers not Complaining About Being Asked to Fill in at Safety

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NFL Commissioner Says D.C. ‘Likely’ Has Infrastructure to Host Super Bowl " CBS DC
Hosting the Super Bowl is a massive undertaking for a city, but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hasn't ruled out Washington, D.C. as a potential landing spot for the big game at a later date, as he confirmed to Lavar & Dukes on 106.7 The Fan Wednesday.

RGIII Shakes Off ‘Rust,’ Assumes Position of Responsibility for Health " CBS DC
With week one of the Redskins season in the rear view and the questions regarding whether RGIII would play now gone, the focus now shifts to the larger picture: Has his long-term health been made a priority, and who's to blame if it hasn't?

Top 4 things the Redskins Can Fix This week |

A look at four areas the Redskins should easily be able to fix this week as they look to put their week 1 performance behind them.

Meriweather practices fully on Wednesday | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Thompson says he'll learn from return miscues | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Snap counts: Pass happy personnel for Redskins | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Why the Redskins should utilize Jordan Reed More This Week |

A look at how using Jordan Reed more could be a positive for this offense.

Redskins fan loses bet, eats own beard

With ‘hit test’ now out of the way, Robert Griffin III focused on Week 2
"We’ve just got to win. Period," Griffin said. "Offensively, we’ve got to clean everything up. I passed the hit test. I got hit a lot. I got hit every kind of way, too. I think that’s another huge relief for everybody; the coaches, players, myself. Other than that, I think we just have to clean up the execution on offense."

Nick Barnett to return to Lambeau Field as a visitor
"Obviously I didn’t want to go because I was injured, coming off of IR and then going into a lockout," Barnett said. "So it was kind of an awkward situation. But I don’t think I left on any negative terms. I think everything was good. It was just part of the business."

Biggers not complaining about being asked to fill in at safety

QB Watch: Redskins' Robert Griffin III - NFC East Blog - ESPN
A weekly analysis of the Redskins’ quarterback play. Rewind: Robert Griffin III looked like a guy playing his first game in eight months comin

HARRIS: Redskins can absorb opening loss, but Packers game looms large - Washington Times
Since 1990, a total of 190 teams have had 0-2 starts. Of those, 22 went on and qualified for the playoffs. That's only 11.5 percent over almost a quarter century.

NFLN Says: Is Eagles offense sustainable? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
With the solar panels and wind turbines on their stadium, the Eagles have been concerned about one kind of sustainability for a while. Now they have t

Awe, shucks: Eli Manning at disadvantage vs. brother Peyton Manning - ESPN
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Competing against each other is relatively new to Peyton Manning and Eli Manning. They didn't do it much when they were kid

Kiffin says Cowboys' D needs improvement - NFC East Blog - ESPN
IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys' defense forced six turnovers in the season-opening victory over the New York Giants. That might be the only good

Top Fantasy Plays and Sleepers for Week 2 |

A look at the top match-ups this week, and who might be an under the radar play at each position.

Green Bay Packers’ high expectations rest on a defense that’s still a work in progress - The Washington Post
As it prepares to face Washington, Green Bay’s defense must improve quickly to meet expectations.

2 Awesome Looking Redskins Charity Events

Michael Wilbon & James Brown Celebrity Roast & Golf Classic 11th Anniversary
Joe Gibbs will be roasted by his peers. Tickets on sale now and going fast.

You are invited to a one-of-a kind event honoring the Superbowl Champion HOGS of 1983! Meet famed 1983 HOGS like MARK MAY, KEN HUFF, JOE JACOBY and more former players. Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at 6pm in D.C.