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Vernon Davis reacts to brother Vontae Davis' abrupt retirement | NBC Sports Washington
Vernon Davis, brother of retired Buffalo Bills cornerback, Vontae Davis, took to social media to respond to his brother's abrupt retirement.

After busy day of transactions, Redskins WR and RB depth charts look quite different | NBC Sports Washington
During the NFL regular season, Tuesday marks the quietest day of the week. It's supposed to anyway. For the Redskins heading into Week 3, that was not the case.

Can Breshad Perriman, Michael Floyd ignite the Redskins' passing game? - The Washington Post
The Redskins were happy with their offense entering the season. Injuries and a slow start have already forced some changes.

Redskins Sign Breshad Perriman And Michael Floyd, Place Rob Kelley On Injured Reserve
The Washington Redskins announced Tuesday that they have made multiple roster moves, signing wide receivers Breshad Perriman and Michael Floyd and placing running back Rob Kelley on the Reserve/Injured list.

Kerrigan, Foster Put Sunday's Game Into Perspective, Ready To Shift Focus To Green Bay
The Redskins know their performance against the Colts wasn't indicative of their team's ability. Linebackers Ryan Kerrigan and Mason Foster believe the defeat won't linger this week as they prepare for the Packers.

Are the Redskins running the ball too much on first down? | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins are not a consistently strong running team. Yet, Jay Gruden has called for them to hand the ball off on first down more often than any other team this year. Is he putting his team in a hole?

Need to Know: First look at Redskins vs. Packers | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The Redskins should expect an effective Aaron Rodgers on Sunday even though he may not be 100 percent healthy.

2018 NFL Power Rankings: There's a lot of shuffling going on already | NBC Sports Washington
The Rams have once again solidified their position in the top 5, but surprisingly as #1 this week. Is it too soon to say we hear Super Bowl bells ringing?