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Daily Slop: Josh Norman Thinks defense is ‘much closer than we ever have been before’; Are the Redskins Making Right Move Starting Keenum Over Haskins?

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Case Keenum is fully aware of the situation that made him Redskins QB1 - and he likes it | NBC Sports Washington
It might be hard to notice at first, but watch a few practices and listen to him talk, and it becomes clear Case Keenum has a chip on his shoulder. And that's good for the Redskins.

Redskins veterans agree on the one quality that helped Case Keenum become starter | NBC Sports Washington
Jay Gruden made it official on Sunday: Case Keenum will start for the Redskins in Week 1. So, how did the QB earn that job? His teammates were in agreement.

Redskins Name Veteran Case Keenum As Starting Quarterback
Two weeks away from it's regular season opener in Philadelphia, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden announced that Keenum will be the starter under center.

Are the Redskins Making the Right Move Starting Case Keenum Over Dwayne Haskins?

It's crazy to think what has happened since the RG3 and Andrew Luck draft in 2012 | NBC Sports Washington
It wasn't that long ago when Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III intended to dominate the NFL. It might seem crazy now, but it wasn't that long ago.

Redskins QB Battle: Dwayne Haskins vs Case Keenum | My Thoughts - YouTube

Andrew Luck a cautionary tale for Haskins, Redskins - Washington Times
Like the rest of the NFL, the Washington Redskins were shocked Andrew Luck stepped away from the game at just 29 years old.

Josh Norman says Redskins’ defense is ‘much closer than we ever have been before’ - The Washington Post
“It’s just because we got guys in here that know how to play the game,” he said. “We got guys who are not so …"

He stopped for a moment, trying to choose the right word. “Boisterous,” he finally said. “You know what I’m saying? They let guys do their thing.”

Falcons safety Keanu Neal says no 'ill intent' for big hit on Jordan Reed | NBC Sports Washington
The Falcons player said he didn't have any ill intent on the play.