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Washington Redskins wake-up call - ESPN
A morning look at the day ahead for the Washington Redskins, centering on media availability of Robert Griffin III and Colt McCoy.

Need to Know: 5 Redskins vs. Cowboys questions–Who will cover Dez? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, October 22, five days before the Washington Redskins travel to Dallas to play the Cowboys on Monday night football. Five Redskins vs.

Under review: Redskins offense - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Didn't think to ask Jay Gruden about this, but I'm wondering if another pass after Kirk Cousins' interception vs. Tennessee, in which he stared down w

Under review: Washington Redskins QB Colt McCoy - ESPN
Some thoughts after re-watching Redskins quarterback Colt McCoyâ

Colt McCoy: 'Being ignored is a great motivator' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"That kind of got us going there in the second half," McCoy said of his TD pass to Pierre Garçon. He added that his teammates seemed excited for him, perhaps realizing how hard he had worked to get back on the field. "That was the first time I've been in the huddle with them since I've been here," McCoy said of working with the starting offense. Always thoughtful choosing his words, McCoy spoke humbly about the opportunity with the Redskins and repeatedly thanked Bruce Allen and Gruden for the opportunity. McCoy also realizes his time as starter could be short lived. "I'm tight with Kirk and with Rob. We all pull for each other," McCoy said of his fellow quarterbacks. "We're all hoping Rob will get healthy as soon as he can, until then I'm going to do my best."

Gruden gives struggling Morris a vote of confidence | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"Where do you want to start?" an obviously exasperated Gruden said, asked about the struggling running game. "Like I said, in the run game, the way we run the ball, it’s something different every time. Sometimes Alfred needs to stay outside. He missed a couple of cuts [against the Titans]. There was no question about it."

Has Alfred Morris Already Peaked? " CBS DC
With Alfred Morris having season of career lows in 2014, could his best days, even at 25 years old, be behind him?

Keenan Robinson Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week

Redskins going forward with McCoy as quarterback - Roanoke Times: Redskins
ASHBURN — When the Washington Redskins return to the practice field today, they’ll kick off Dallas week with a pair of Texas-bred quarterbacks taking snaps.

Redskins-Cowboys: 4 Keys To The Game
Redskins.com’s Andrew Walker breaks down the key players and matchups to keep an eye on during Monday’s Redskins-Cowboys 2014 Week 8 showdown in Dallas.

Nick Sundberg loves anonymous life of an NFL long snapper - Washington Times
Thousands of fans left FedEx Field Sunday afternoon with memories of Kai Forbath's game-winning 22-yard field goal as time expired, the lasting image of the ball splitting the uprights and players spilling onto the field to celebrate. Few fans think twice about the snap that set it up.

The Redskins Blog | A Walk Through Redskins History

The Redskins Blog | Virgil Seay Remains In The Game Of Football

CSN: Billy Kilmer and Sonny Jurgensen Exclusive