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Robert Davis making strong case for roster spot - Washington Times
Last year, it was Cam Sims who "threw a hand grenade" into the Redskins' competition at wide receiver. But in 2019, that role appears to belong to Robert Davis, a 2017 sixth-rounder who has been one of Washington's only offensive playmakers this preseason.

For an unfamiliar Redskins linebacking group, working together is everything | NBC Sports Washington
The linebacker position is filled with a lot of new faces in new places. Because of that, communication trumps all.

Redskins QB Colt McCoy’s status still uncertain as he misses practice again | NBC Sports Washington
A three-way quarterback race remains in flux as Colt McCoy sits with residual pain from three surgeries on his broken right leg last December.

Stock Up, Stock Down: Montae Nicholson and Samaje Perine going in opposite directions | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins lost to the Bengals Thursday night at FedEx Field, but in the preseason, final results don't really matter. What matters comes in individual and group performances, particularly among first-team units.

Redskins Sign DL Khairi Clark, Waive DB DeJuan Neal
The team announced the following roster moves Sunday.

Redskins Sign LB Gary Johnson, Waive LB Myles Humphrey
The team announced the following roster move Sunday.

Fully Healthy, Cassanova McKinzy Has Emerged As Another Pass-Rushing Threat Off The Edge
McKinzy has played in three NFL games over as many seasons, but his ability to pressure quarterbacks puts him in good position to start 2019 on the active roster.

Quick Look at Some Film/Dwayne Haskins Clips From Preseason Game 2

McCoy injury likely makes Keenum Skins' top QB
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Colt McCoy may not be ready to play until "two or three weeks into the season," as he recovers from a broken leg.

Redskins Injury Report: Colt McCoy Still Out; Shaun Dion Hamilton Returns (8-19-2019)
A quick look at the injuries the Washington Redskins are dealing with after two preseason games.