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Redskins’ wide receivers were quiet in Week 1, but they aren’t worried about it - The Washington Post
Washington's diverse offense, which was on full display against the Cardinals, will feature different players on different weeks.

The Redskins’ new ticket strategy: Actively courting fans - The Washington Post
Former NFL executive Brian Lafemina said in an interview that after years of claiming sellouts and season ticket waiting lists, the team is seeking to improve fan experience at FedEx Field.

Adrian Peterson wasn’t invited to an NFL training camp. So he created his own. - The Washington Post
The inside story of how the former NFL MVP went from unemployed to a Week 1 star for the Redskins.

After passing first test, Washington Redskins defense has QB gauntlet - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Andrew Luck is next, and Aaron Rodgers looms as the Redskins try to build off a promising Week 1 performance at Arizona.

Alex Smith carries out transformation of Washington Redskins run game - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Smith's ability to work the run-pass options was pivotal in the Redskins' victory at Arizona, and the tactics will change from week to week.

Need to Know: Five Redskins under pressure vs. the Indianapolis Colts | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: All NFL players are under pressure, but every game the spotlight is brighter on some than it is on others. Here are five Redskins under heavy scrutiny on Sunday.

Trey Quinn moving to IR leaves a few holes for the Redskins to fill | NBC Sports Washington
On Wednesday, Jay Gruden announced that Trey Quinn was placed on injured reserve. Here's how that move affects the Redskins moving forward.

Lack of pass rush? Jay Gruden sets the record straight | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins only sacked Sam Bradford twice, and despite the dominant defensive effort, some Redskins fans worry about the lack of pass rush. For Jay Gruden, that isn't the case.