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Kelvin Harmon was called for offensive pass interference, but it definitely wasn't offensive pass interference | NBC Sports Washington
Good thing this call came in the preseason.

3-and-out: Defense leaves mark and Haskins throws a bomb | 106.7 The Fan
The Washington Redskins lost in Week 2 of the preseason to the Bengals, but the first-team defense came to play and rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins threw a bomb for his first NFL touchdown pass.

Dwayne Haskins' touchdown vs. the Bengals was everything you want from a QB | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins' second preseason performance was up-and-down, but his one up moment — a long TD throw to Robert Davis — was top-notch quarterbacking by the first-rounder.

Dwayne Haskins worth second look as Redskins starter | 106.7 The Fan
Maybe there is a quarterback contest after all. Should Redskins take Dwayne Haskins more seriously as a contender for the top spot? 106.7 The Fan's Rick Snider explores that thought in his latest Redskins column.

5 Takeaways: Redskins Drop Preseason Home Opener To Bengals
The Redskins suffered a 23-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2 of the preseason Thursday night. Here are five takeaways from the defeat.

Redskins-Bengals Friday Stats Pack
A list of stats from the Washington Redskins' 23-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the preseason home opener on Thursday night.

More national love for Dwayne Haskins after 'one of the better throws of the week' | NBC Sports Washington
On a dreary night in a mostly empty stadium, rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins sent a much-needed bolt of electricity through Redskins fans across the country.

Redskins to induct London Fletcher, Chris Samuels into Ring of Fame | NBC Sports Washington
During their preseason game against the Bengals Thursday, the Washington Redskins announced their plans to induct former linebacker London Fletcher and left tackle Chris Samuels into the team's Ring of Fame.