Redskins refreshed, refocused as practice resumes after humiliating loss - Washington Times
A day after the Redskins were embarrassed by the New York Giants on national television, players were given simple marching orders from coach Jay Gruden: Escape for a few days, he told them, get your minds and your bodies right, and return on Tuesday ready to work to get better.
Niles Paul expects to play for Redskins vs. Seahawks after suffering concussion - Washington Times
Paul said it was the first time he has been diagnosed with a concussion. It is also the first time this season a Redskins player has been diagnosed with a concussion after five were last season.
Barry Cofield eager to return, help Redskins defense - Washington Times
"You get down at times, but you've just got to think, 'I've been lucky,'" Cofield said. "I've been lucky that it's been this long before somebody fell on my legs. That's the norm in this league, so you know, I'm just taking it in stride, and I'll come back in the second half of the season the freshest person on the field."
Redskins wake-up call - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Yes, the Redskins have Wednesday off (it's like their Tuesday on a normal week) and will resume practicing Thursday. By the way, for those wondering w
Redskins focus on self-improvement before tackling Seahawks - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Washington Redskins XTRA - Richmond Times-Dispatch Coverage Of Training Camp And The Regular Season
ASHBURN — Game planning for the Seattle Seahawks will come, but on Tuesday morning, Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden welcomed his players back to the facility with an upbeat talk and a message of self-improvement.
Kirk Cousins must learn to adjust - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim discusses how the short week might have affected Kirk Cousins and whether his tendency to need to over prepare
Defensive communication breakdowns have been costly for Redskins - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Washington Redskins XTRA
ASHBURN - So far this season, the Washington Redskins have allowed 15 passing plays of 20 yards or more, the dividing line for what are known as "big plays." Only three NFL teams have allowed more.
Redskins Tight End Jordan Reed ’50-50′ for Seattle Game; Trent Williams Expects to Play " CBS DC
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed, out since the season-opener Sept. 7 against Houston, says he is "50-50" to return to action against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night at FedEx Field.
Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation, USAA, Host Second-Annual Salute To Play 60
The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and USAA, an Official Military Appreciation Sponsor of the Redskins, hosted the 2nd-annual Salute to Play 60 event for hundreds of participants from about 10 military installations.