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Sunday Slop: Redskins stories of the day

A look at the top Redskins news of the day

NFL: Washington Redskins-Training Camp Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Redskins’ Robert Davis suffered multiple damaged ligaments in his knee | ESPN

The Washington Redskins have suffered yet another season-ending injury, as wide receiver Robert Davis suffered multiple ligament damage to the outside of his right knee in practice Saturday, according to multiple sources.

Vital sign: Linebackers impromptu trip brings mutual inspiration | ESPN

But there was no need to go anywhere. Instead, they hung out in the living room and talked. Spaight has a Bible verse tattooed on his biceps that comes from Isaiah 41:10 -- “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God” -- which matched the statement the Shorters had on their bracelet for their son. That still gives the family chills. Spaight also brought hoodies and shirts for everyone in the family.

Need to know: Alex Smith gets his first shot to QB the Redskins vs another team | NBC Washington

Whether it’s to get Alex Smith and his receivers some different looks against another defense, sort out the running back position, or to see which wide receivers and inside linebackers step up in their bids to make the roster, it should be an entertaining few days with the Jets.

Redskins-Jets Joint Practice Report Day 1 | NBC Washington

—A good catch by the guy who makes a good catch nearly every day.—Maurice Harris. He worked himself free on a comeback route and used his body and extended his arms to make sure the defender couldn’t touch it.

Redskins Rookie Report After the 1st preseason game |

Hamilton received a lot of 2nd half playing time and led the team with 9 combined tackles in the game. He showed good instincts and good pursuit angles. While it was just one preseason game, it did show that the Redskins might have gotten a steal if he can stay healthy.

Free agent options to replace Derrius Guice are limited |

Darkwa has only had one season where he’s had any sort of feature back work and he did a decent job, posting 750 yards and a 4.4 ypc last year for the Giants. Considering how bad the Giants offensive line was a year ago those numbers are even more impressive.