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Daily Slop: Despite ankle sprains Adrian Peterson says he’s ‘good’ to go; Redskins RB Bryce Love is headed for another knee surgery

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Despite ankle sprains, Redskins' Adrian Peterson says he's 'good' to go vs. Vikings
Despite suffering both high and low ankle sprains against the 49ers, Redskins running back Adrian Peterson told ESPN that "I'm good [to go]" against the Vikings on Thursday.

Redskins running back Bryce Love is headed for another knee surgery, per sources | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins rookie Bryce Love is in Pensacola, Fla., to meet with Dr. James Andrews and it's expected that Love will undergo another knee surgery, sources with knowledge of the situation informed NBC Sports Washington.

Chris Thompson says confidence is a major factor in decision on whether or not to start Dwayne Haskins | NBC Sports Washington
Chris Thompson said confidence level is one of the most important factors when deciding whether or not to start rookie QB Dwayne Haskins.

Alex Smith progressing in rehab, starting to throw - Washington Times
Redskins quarterback Alex Smith has begun throwing as he works his way back from the serious leg injury he suffered nearly a year ago. Interim coach Bill Callahan said Monday the 35-year-old has been "working dilligently" on his rehab.

Redskins not yet ready to play Dwayne Haskins in lost season - NFC East- ESPN
As the losses mount for Washington, the rookie QB is stuck on the bench for at least another game as he works to "seize" the starting job.

Bill Callahan reveals plans to start Case Keenum at least until Redskins Week 10 bye | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins drafted Dwayne Haskins 15th overall but still seem reluctant to start the rookie quarterback. Case Keenum has started all but one game for the 1-6 Redskins this season, and interim head coach Bill Callahan seems intent on keeping it that way.

Kyle Shanahan gets revenge on Redskins - Washington Times
A 9-0 shutout Sunday of Washington at the annual Alumni Homecoming game may not have been the way that San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan envisioned. But a win is a win.

Landon Collins: 'You never know what kind of Kirk Cousins you're getting' | NBC Sports Washington
"Right now he's playing like a Pro Bowl Kirk Cousins," Redskins safety Landon Collins said. "We would say at the Giants, 'You don't know what kind of Kirk Cousins you're going to get.'"