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Eagles' Lane Johnson says 'it sucks' to face Ryan Kerrigan, then explains why | NBC Sports Washington
Lane Johnson faces a ton of quality pass rushers while working on the Eagles' offensive line, and Ryan Kerrigan is one of them. What makes Kerrigan such a pain? Johnson explains here.

Redskins LT Trent Williams Could Return "Sooner Rather Than Later"
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams could be returning to the team soon. Former Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said on his podcast today that he spoke to Trent, who said he would be back "sooner rather than later."

Redskins Release First Unofficial Depth Chart Of Regular Season
With less than a week before Week 1 in Philadelphia, the Washington Redskins released the first unofficial depth chart of the regular season on Tuesday.

Some Redskins changed their numbers before Week 1, so let's grade their choices | NBC Sports Washington
Players like Trey Quinn and Jimmy Moreland have changed their numbers before the season opener this Sunday. So, who's wearing what now and how do the new digits look?

Quick Take on Redskins Strengths & Weaknesses
Just going over some of the Washington Redskins strengths and weaknesses heading into the 2019 NFL regular season.

Expectations for Terry McLaurin are very high, but recent history says they shouldn't be | NBC Sports Washington
Terry McLaurin is one of the more talked about Redskins heading into Week 1, and everyone can't wait to see what he'll do. Looking back at recent third-round rookie WRs, though, may lower your expectations.

Three things worth pointing out on the Redskins' Week 1 depth chart | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins just released their post-cut down depth chart and a few things stand out on it. Here's a breakdown of those things, including what's going on at running back with Guice and Peterson.

Redskins Week 2 just got harder: Cowboys sign Ezekiel Elliott to $90 million extension | NBC Sports Washington
The Dallas Cowboys and running back Ezekiel Elliott have reportedly agreed to a six-year $90 million contract extension.