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Redskins' Montae Nicholson receives high praise but maintains underdog mentality | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins' safety Montae Nicholson was sorely missed when he was injured last year. He is following the examples set by veterans and keeping an underdog mentality to try to stay on the field.

Need to Know: Weather could disrupt Redskins practice this week | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The weather could disrupt Redskins practices in Richmond this week and without an indoor practice facility available to them there's not much they can do about it.

The story of Vernon Davis' wedding proposal, which featured the beach and skydivers | NBC Sports Washington
Vernon Davis' mid-July wedding proposal was a wild one. Here's how the tight end went about executing it all.

Alex Smith Mic'd Up, Pt. 1: QB talks taking snaps, basketball and haircuts | NBC Sports Washington
In the first part of Alex Smith's Mic'd Up segment, you'll hear the Redskins new QB describe how he likes his snaps to feel as well as his game on the

Alex Smith Mic'd Up, Pt. 2: Working on routes with his receivers | NBC Sports Washington
In the second part of Alex Smith's Mic'd Up segment, you'll hear great conversations between the QB and his receivers as well as plenty of other talks

Ryan Kerrigan is not phased by being left off the NFL Top 100 players list | NBC Sports Washington
Ryan Kerrigan is not concerned about national recognition, he has a job to do with the Washington Redskins.

D.J. Swearinger not a fan of new helmet-to-helmet rule
Redskins safety D.J. Swearinger says the league's new rule on helmet-to-helmet hits is bad for football.

Redskins set goal of being a top defense and ‘not the laughingstock of the conference’ - The Washington Post
“Get used to dominating,” said safety D.J. Swearinger of the unit’s mind-set. “That’s what I say every time I come out here.”