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A look at the top Redskins stories around the web

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Bashaud Breeland: 'I don't worry about penalties' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington Redskins cornerback maintains aggressive approach, draws praise from veteran safety Ryan Clark.

NFL Nation Week 15 game balls: Bryant, Hill, Watt, Beckham among stars - ESPN
Game balls awarded by NFL Nation reporters following Week 15 games.

Redskins' draft slot moves up a notch | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Current position, Team, opponent wins, remaining games 1. Bucs, 104, Packers, Saints 2. Titans, 109, @ Jaguars, Colts 3. Jaguars, 113, Titans, @ Texans 4. Raiders, 131, Bills, @ Broncos

RGIII: "That's a Touchdown in Every Game I've Ever Seen"

Gruden's offense spinning its wheels | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Jay Gruden came into town as an offensive guru but his offense is spinning its wheels. They are 12th in the NFL in total offense but all that shows is that yards gained is a bad way to measure the effectiveness of the unit.

Getting to know: Chris Thompson - ESPN
Continuing a season-long look at various Washington Redskins players

Colt McCoy's promising start ends in more pain - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington Redskins quarterback disappointed he had to leave game against New York Giants wit neck injury.

Santana Moss: "I let my Emotions get the Best of me"

Need to Know: Redskins clinch last place with loss | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, December 15, five days before the Washington Redskins host the Philadelphia Eagles. Three and out—Unacceptable football 1. It was hard to see the Redskins winning this game going in but they had a chance for a long time.

Backup Bacarri Rambo snags two interceptions in Buffalo Bills' big win - ESPN
Bacarri Rambo was active for just the second time with the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, beginning the game on special teams.

Around the NFC East Week 15
Week 15 featured two age-old NFC East rivalry games as the New York Giants played host to the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles welcomed the Dallas Cowboys to town.

Who starts next week at QB for Redskins? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"We’ve just got to look at the film and see where we stand," Gruden added. "See what the deal is with Colt’s neck and obviously that takes priority. We’ve got to get that thing checked out and make sure he’s right before he attempts to come back again."

Washington Redskins face many tough questions this offseason - ESPN
Until Washington improves the roster, the Redskins will keep swimming in this same muddy stream. The quarterback is not the only issue.

Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins back in familiar spot - ESPN
Robert Griffin III's first extended playing time in three weeks came with mixed reviews after Washington Redskins' loss to New York Giants

Giants 24, Redskins 13–Five observations including flashes of the old RG3 | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Five observations on Giants 24, Redskins 13 —No matter how you slice it, the Robert Griffin III non-touchdown run just before the half was a game changer. Instead of being up 17-7 the Redskns’ lead was 10-7.

Report: NFL initially promised Adrian Peterson a two-game suspension | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: ABC has released audio where the NFL appears to promise Peterson a lighter suspension than he received.

Redskins notes: Trent Williams sprains shoulder in loss to New York Giants - Washington Times
Left tackle Trent Williams leaves Sunday's loss to the New York Giants with a left shoulder injury, while general manager Bruce Allen declines to comment on the future of coach Jay Gruden.

Week 15 NFL Rewind & MNF Prediction - Fanspeak.com

2. We have to discuss once again the most talked about non-productive quarterbacks in the NFL. Ex Heisman Bros Johnny Manziel and Robert Griffin both saw action on Sunday.