--The Redskins had ups and downs in Monday Night’s game. Relive the action in this week’s Pulse Report.
--The Redskins still await MRI results on
--In some respects, the Redskins won ugly on Monday night, losing players to injury and committing seven penalties for 72 yards. Is this cause for concern or a mirage from playing inexperienced players in the preseason?
--Surprise, surprise, the Philadelphia Eagles name Michael Vick the starting quarterback, allowing the Redskins to start game-planning for Week 1 against the aging playmaker.
--Pro Bowl outside linebacker
--Today kicks off the Redskins return to practice at Redskins Park, where there will be no fan interaction and limited observation from the media. What will the Redskins accomplish behind the veil?
--One local columnist says the drama surround Robert Griffin III’s knee is overwrought, but the storyline is too compelling to turn away.
--For the first time in his coaching career, defensive coordinator Jim Haslett coached from the booth on Monday Night, taking in a new perspective of the field.
--New Fox Sports analyst Randy Moss says if Griffin III’s knee holds up this season, ‘the Redskins straight win, homie.’
--While Robert Griffin III is ‘All In For Week 1,’ he also remains All In For Subway Restaurants, debuting his new commercial over the weekend.
--While Robert Griffin III may be the face of change in Washington, the man who deserves much of the credit wears the headset on the sidelines. Mike Shanahan’s makeover of the Washington Redskins is much bigger than one player.
--Results are still early at this point, but the Redskins defense was able to tighten up and improve on mistakes made in Game 1 on Monday night.
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