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Daily Slop: Cousins Appreciates his Next, and Possibly Last, big Chance; Redskins Still Finalizing Returners for Opener

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FOOTBALL 2015: Scot McCloughan faces tall order in reshaping Redskins' culture - Washington Times
McCloughan has been praised routinely in the past for his ability to find potential in football players, but in joining the Redskins, he's needed to find out quite a bit about himself as well.

FOOTBALL 2015: After hiccups, Jay Gruden believes he has Redskins on right path - Washington Times

Gruden had been successful at all other levels of football, but his hiring by the Redskins last season brought a new level of challenge and a series of difficulties he couldn't always navigate.

Cousins appreciates his next, and possibly last, big chance | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

This Sunday, for the first time since 2011, Kirk Cousins will take the first snap of his team’s season. The game four years ago was in East Lansing, Michigan and Michigan State’s opponent was Youngstown State.

Competition at heart of decision to bench RG3 | CSN Mid-Atlantic

The decision to bench Robert Griffin III boiled down to two important factors.

Need to Know: Can Cousins reduce the number of sacks the Redskins take? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, September 10, three days before the Washington Redskins open their season against the Miami Dolphins. Can Cousins help the Redskins cut down on sacks? The Redskins quarterbacks had problems staying upright last year.

Washington Redskins will lean heavily on TE Jordan Reed in opener - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

The Washington Redskins, already thin at tight end, might rely on two players Sunday who have been in town for less than a month, combined.

Against all odds, Rashad Ross is officially a Redskin | CSN Mid-Atlantic

It was a long road to get here, but against all odds, Rashad Ross is officially a Redskin.

Washington Redskins still finalizing returners for opener - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

We should know the results of Robert Griffin III's concussion test by Thursday afternoon.

Derek Carrier Getting Comfortable In Redskins’ System

Redskins tight end Derek Carrier, acquired by the team via trade in the middle of the preseason, says his development in the team’s offense continues to improve each day.

Kirk Cousins: Robert Griffin III's presence won't be a distraction for Redskins - Washington Times

Cousins, who replaced Griffin as the Redskins' starting quarterback last week, said that Griffin has been nothing but "classy" since the switch and doesn't understand how he could end up being a distraction.

Clinton Portis Visits Savoy Elementary For Special Back-To-School Pep Rally

To help welcome the return of school, former Redskins running back Clinton Portis visited Savoy Elementary in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to give away backpacks and speak to students.

Chris Culliver pleads guilty to two misdemeanors stemming from hit-and-run - Washington Times

Culliver was sentenced to two years of informal court probation and was ordered to do 40 hours of community service after pleading guilty to two misdemeanors following a hit-and-run in California in March 2014.

Kirk Cousins of Washington Redskins says Robert Griffin III is not distraction, outside noise is

Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins says Robert Griffin III still being on the team isn't a distraction and he has to just ignore the "noise" from outside the building.

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