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Callahan: Redskins have 'good' rotation for Guice, A.P. -
Derrius Guice is back after missing eight weeks with a knee injury. Redskins interim head coach Bill Callahan says there will be plenty of carries to share between Guice and Adrian Peterson.

Adrian Peterson is not worried about splitting time with Derrius Guice, and there's one main reason why | NBC Sports Washington
For the first time, both Redskins running backs Adrian Peterson and Derrius Guice will suit up in the same game. Here's why Peterson isn't worried about his role.

Redskins will send scout to Colin Kaepernick workout | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins will send a team representative to Colin Kaepernick's private workout on Saturday in Atlanta. Looking ahead, even though the Redskins will attend, it seems highly unlikely Washington would sign him.

Dwayne Haskins And The Offense Are Ready For A Blitz-Heavy Jets Defense
The New York Jets like to bring more pressure than almost any team in the NFL this year, but the Redskins offense has a plan to hold them off during Dwayne Haskins' home debut.

Richard Sherman tells NFL players to prepare for a strike
Richard Sherman doesn't think the NFL and NFLPA are close on a new CBA just yet.

Five Takeaways: Dwayne Haskins' First Press Conference As Starting Quarterback
Two days after being named the starter for the rest of the season, Haskins addressed reporters from Redskins Park. Here are five takeaways from Wednesday's media session.

Here are three things to look for from Derrius Guice in his return from injured reserve | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins won't be the only young and important Redskin to debut at FedEx Field on Sunday. Derrius Guice will, too, and here are three things to look for from Guice in the game vs. the Jets.

Dwayne Haskins is confident he'll be able to lead the Redskins on the field | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins discusses how he's confident he will be able to take charge and lead the Redskins on the field as the starting quarterback.