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Daily Slop: Adrian Peterson doesn’t believe his increase in playing time will bring Trent Williams back; Will Jordan Reed be cleared to play Sunday?

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Jordan Reed owns the Cowboys. Will he be cleared to play against them Sunday? | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed making progress as he returns from yet another concussion. Signs point to him making season debut Sunday against Dallas.

After holding back tears, Adrian Peterson made sure to support Derrius Guice following new injury | NBC Sports Washington
Derrius Guice is injured again, a tough blow for such a young player who just came back from a torn ACL. It also hurt Adrian Peterson, who made sure to deliver a message to Guice when he heard the news.

Derrius Guice likely to have knee surgery, could miss up to 2 months, per source | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins RB Derrius Guice flew to Florida to meet with famed knee surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Surgery seems the most likely outcome to repair his torn meniscus, and Guice would miss up to two months.

Adrian Peterson doesn't believe his increase in playing time will bring Trent Williams back | NBC Sports Washington
Does Adrian Peterson potentially being the starting running back for the next few weeks affect whether Trent Williams will return? No, and that answer is coming directly from Peterson.

Redskins still waiting on good news for Allen, Guice as bad news surfaces for Montae Nicholson | NBC Sports Washington
What was unexpected was a foot injury to Montae Nicholson. The third-year safety played well in Philadelphia, but Gruden said that Nicholson is a young guy and those guys heal quickly.

Stress is showing in Redskins coach Jay Gruden | 106.7 The Fan
Jay Gruden snapped at a reporter's question about injuries this week. Rick Snider writes this is the first signs of the stress weighing down the Redskins head coach.

Brian Westbrook says Sean Taylor delivered one of the hardest hits he's ever gotten, breaking his ribs | NBC Sports Washington
Former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook joined the Lefkoe Show podcast on Thursday, discussing the three hardest hits he ever endured in his career. Sean Taylor was on that list.

Redskins Film Review: Defense | Week 1 - Redskins vs Eagles | Episode 2