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Redskins Know Run Defense Must Return To Its First Half Success
Over the last several games, the Redskins run defense has begun to decline thanks to a variety of factors. The team knows it must execute its tackling and assignments in the final five games to reach the playoffs.

Redskins make adjustments on offense as Colt McCoy gets a full week to prepare - The Washington Post
The ball comes out quicker with McCoy than it did with Alex Smith.

PHOTOS: Eagles Practice Week (11/26/18)
Check out these photos of the Redskins' preparing for their Week 13 game against the Philadelphia Eagles Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, at the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park.

Riggo The Diesel - Episode 14
On the 14th episode of Riggo The Diesel, Hall of Fame RB, John Riggins talks about what he did for Thanksgiving, recaps the Redskins vs. Dallas game, his plans for this weekend and previews the Philadelphia Eagles.

Trent Williams is back at Redskins practice after hospital scare - The Washington Post
Trainers had Williams leave Thursday's game in an ambulance as a precaution, but he turned out to be fine. Chris Thompson hopes to return versus Eagles.

Redskins see opportunity in NFC’s parity. But they’ve got a lot of things to fix first. - The Washington Post
Washington has a path to a playoff spot if it can get back to playing like it did early in the season.

D.J. Swearinger on Redskins walk-throughs: 'It's a joke' | 106.7 The Fan
Redskins safety again questions teammates' preparation for game day.

Joe Gibbs talks qualities he loved about Sean Taylor | NBC Sports Washington
It's been 10 years since Sean Taylor passed away, and legendary Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs shared what made him such a dynamic player.

Sean Taylor is gone, but for Washington Redskins fans, he never left | NBC Sports Washington
Eleven years ago, Sean Taylor's death rocked the Redskins community. His memory though will never be forgotten.