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Washington Redskins wake-up call - ESPN
We'll also get chance to ask Washington Redskins' Robert Griffin III questions for first time since we learned he'd be starting

Redskins Need to Protect RG3 (More so Than Normal) -

Griffin has been medically cleared to play this week, but that doesn't mean he's out of the woods in terms of risk for further injury. Which is why the Redskins number one goal this week has to be finding ways of protecting RGIII from a very talented Vikings pass rush.

Clark, Williams on Redskins' injury report for Thursday | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Clark has been hampered by ankle/shoulder injuries in recent weeks but has not missed a game. Williams has been battling a knee injury but has also not missed any playing time. Quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle), linebackers Ryan Kerrigan (wrist), Trent Murphy (knee), Perry Riley (knee) and Keenan Robinson (shoulder) and cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) were all full participants in practice, Coach Jay Gruden said. But all the news was not good. Nose tackle Barry Cofield, who has been on the injured reserve/designated to return list since spraining his ankle in Week 1, hurt his foot in practice. Gruden indicated that the injury was not believed to be serious.

Redskins need to protect RGIII (More so than normal) - Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog

Ex-Eagle Westbrook says Philly misses D. Jackson badly | Comcast SportsNet Washington

DeAngelo Hall Re-Tears Achilles at Home, Has Second Surgery

Redskins vs. Vikings preview - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins will meet for the fifth consecutive season on Sunday and Ben Goessling and John Keim break it down.

Redskins, Vikings coaches Gruden, Zimmer once Cincinnati colleagues - Roanoke Times: Redskins
ASHBURN — The scouting reports will be easier to compile this week when the Redskins face the Vikings.

Jim Haslett, Redskins say 'over the top' scheme won't work every week - Washington Times
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett and coach Jay Gruden agreed: the gameplan that worked against Dallas on Monday night will not necessarily carry over from week to week.

Redskins Legacy: Toppling The 10-0 Vikings
The Washington Redskins used a blocked field goal at the end of regulation to defeat the 10-0 Minnesota Vikings, 31-30, Nov. 30, 1975 at RFK Stadium.

Jim Haslett: "I Love The Way They Work"
Defensive Coordinator Jim Haslett spoke with the media about the performance of LB Trent Murphy, CB Bashaud Breeland and S Brandon Meriweather, expressing "I love the way they work."

Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings: 5 Questions - Washington Times

Who's the QB and what will it mean? Will the defense keep up its blitzing ways?

Ryan Kerrigan On Facing Rookie Quarterback

Redskins Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan talks about facing Minnesota Vikings Rookie Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, and keeping the momentum going following the teams two game win streak.

Starting Griffin this Sunday is the right call | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

The decision to start Griffin and end his absence from the lineup after he suffered from a dislocated angle in Week 2, has been widely reported and is expected to be confirmed by Jay Gruden at some point. Some decisions are hard.

Need to Know: Redskins Park observations–Hankerson’s status still up in the air | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Friday, October 31, two days before the Washington Redskins travel to Minnesota to play the Vikings. Five thoughts and observations from Redskins Park —The Vikings have both the NFC defensive player of the month for October in Everson Griffen (8 sacks for ...

Washington Redskins' Jim Haslett: blitzes were 'over the top' - ESPN

Defensive coordinator kept sending extra rushers against the Dallas Cowboys because it was working.

Top 4 Redskins Observations at Mid-Season Point -