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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 10/9

Posted Oct 9, 2013

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, October 9, 2013.

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, October 9, 2013.


--Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan is 1-2 coming off the bye week during his time in Washington. With all three games played against Philadelphia, Shanahan looks to improve his record against a new opponent Sunday night.

--How the defensive adjustments in the secondary have helped the run defense give up less yards and points.

--Quarterback Robert Griffin III outfitted his high school alma mater with new football uniforms. Athletic Director Jack Welch calls them “the cream of the crop.”

--Former NFL quarterbacks Phil Simms and Steve Beuerlein discussed Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III’s knee injury and how it may have helped him as a quarterback.

--How a D.C. bar looks to draw customers by offering free drinks every time Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo throws an interception.

--After selling the most jerseys ever in a single season last year, quarterback Robert Griffin III falls to No. 5 in NFL jersey sales.

--Redskins linebacker Rob Jackson returns from a four game suspension and looks to improve his conditioning level in order to play a role against the Cowboys.

--What you need to know as the Redskins prepare to play the Cowboys on Sunday including Pierre Garcon’s impressive play has him competing with some of the NFL’s best receivers like Dallas’ Dez Bryant.

--Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall looks forward to his matchup with Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant and says, “When we’re on the field, he hates me, I hate him.”

--The no-huddle offense may be a key factor in getting the Redskins offense in a rhythm when they play the Cowboys on Sunday night.

--Questions and answers from Redskins fans that deal with trade possibilities and free agent moves.

--NFL owners agreed to cover a portion of the $27 million renovation of FedExField after owners meetings on Tuesday.

--After deliberations with owners yesterday, the owners and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell decided they would make no change to the preseason or playoff format next season.

--As the league continues its push for international appeal, the NFL announced there will be three games in London next season. The Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons and Oakland Raiders will all play one “home” game each.

--A new resolution was passed during the owners meetings that requires certain teams to appear on HBO’s show “Hard Knocks.”

--The Redskins team name was the hot topic for reporters but was not discussed on Tuesday during the owners meetings (also here, here, here, here and here).


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3) WR @NFLJoshMorgan: "I wasn't a football player. I was just an athlete that got lucky enough to make it." #4thAndLife #HTTR

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5) Back at his old stomping grounds, @TheJoshWilson reads his fav children's kids book to Mt. Calvary Catholic class.http://t.co/iwPgdiXsw1




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