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Washington Redskins Mailbag Part 2 | ESPN Redskins Blog

Keim: Yeah, I heard that this summer, too, from others in the organization. I think he has a lot of skill in this area and has an excellent feel for how to rush. He's not explosive, so he's not always going to wow anyone. But he does know how to rush with leverage and he does work on setting up blockers and tries to have a plan. He works well going inside and, in college, had a spin move (which I've seen work sometimes in practice and not so well other times). Orakpo was just about trying to bullrush (most of the time) or trying to get low and wide. Ryan Kerrigan does not have the same assortment of moves but is just relentless and constantly tries to learn.

Getting to know Josh LeRibeus | ESPN Redskins Blog

Person you most admire: On the team, probably Chris Chester, just his experience. He can be so nonchalant and a good guy, but he still has the amount of focus that he's had over the last nine or 10 years. It's something you look up to, something you want, something you aspire to. I've also always been a big John Elway fan.

Redskins sign safety Akeem Davis | ESPN Redskins Blog

Washington Redskins Trade Deadline Scenarios | Fanspeak Redskins Blog

Redskins look to end road and primetime woes | CSN Washington

The teams' running games are at opposite ends of the league statistics. The Cowboys lead the NFL in rushing yards per game (159.7), while the Redskins rank 22nd (99.4). Washington's chances of pulling off the upset, in fact, likely hinge on their ability to contain (or not contain) Murray, who's 913 rushing yards were the most in the league at the start of Sunday's games...by a lot. (Arian Foster was second with 615). Just as impressive is the fact that Murray, 26, is second in the league in yards after contact per attempt (2.9), according to ProFootballFocus.com. He also runs behind one of the league's better offensive lines, a unit anchored by Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith. "You have to do a great job tackling," defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said of Murray. "Not too many people tackle him one-on-one. You need two or three people to bring him down."

Jeffcoat excited to see other side of Redskins/Cowboys rivalry | CSN Washington