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Quinton Dunbar Seizes Starting Opportunity With Impressive Performance In Arizona
The Redskins cornerback enters his fourth year with the team as a starter, and showed why coaches have placed their trust in him with a breakout game against the Cardinals to open the season.

With the helmet rule in mind, D.J. Swearinger had to answer to Larry Fitzgerald after a low tackle | NBC Sports Washington
The new helmet rules in the NFL has forced defensive players to adjust their games. For D.J. Swearinger he found himself in a tough spot when tackling Larry Fitzgerald low on Sunday.

Even as WR injuries pile up, the Redskins still aren't interested in Dez Bryant, per source | NBC Sports Washington
Trey Quinn, Cam Sims and Maurice Harris are all banged up. But that hasn't changed the Redskins' interest level in Dez Bryant.

Chris Thompson returns as lightning to Adrian Peterson's thunder - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Returning from a broken leg suffered last November, Thompson had 128 yards and a TD in the Redskins' win over the Cardinals.

#RedskinsTalk Podcast | NBC Sports Washington
The #RedskinsTalk Podcast is anchored by NBC Sports Washington's Redskins Insider JP Finlay and highlights all members of our Redskins coverage team including Rich Tandler, Brian Mitchell, Chick Hernandez and Trevor Matich.

Redskins success started up front with offensive, defensive lines: 'We make each other better' | Sports |
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The battles between the Redskins’ offensive and defensive lines were some of the most ferocious of training camp.

Jay Gruden wants effort and tenacity from his defense, and Sunday was an ‘A-plus on both’ - The Washington Post
Redskins' defense nearly forced a shutout in season-opening win, and they hope the performance is a sign of things to come.

Running game fueled the Redskins’ first win, but balance is the key to a winning season - The Washington Post
No, Jay Gruden's Redskins are not a running team now.

Redskins Put An End To Opening Week Woes With Decisive Win
Head coach Jay Gruden picked up his first opening week victory with the Redskins thanks to a dominant game on both sides of the football.

Why Adrian Peterson's age doesn't matter as much as you think | NBC Sports Washington
In this segment of Shop Talk, Travis Thomas, Shawn Springs and Santana Moss explain why a 33-year-old Adrian Peterson can still thrive in today's NFL.

Adrian Peterson moving up NFL all-time lists in Redskins debut - The Washington Post
The future Hall of Famer shot up the career rushing yards and rushing touchdown lists in the first half against Arizona Sunday.