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Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
Redskins inside linebacker Perry Riley, Jr. was fined $15,750 by the NFL this week for a late hit on Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo in last Sunday's 31-16 loss, according to a league spokesman.
Troubled unit meshing new coaching philosophy, younger players
Robert Griffin III on Redskins' struggles, other issues facing his team, including the team name controversy.
Barring a setback, Amerson set to participate in Thursday's non-contact practice, possibly play against Chicago on Sunday.
Injuries to Sundberg and Kehl on Sunday lead to flurry of roster moves
An opportunity lost in Dallas thanks to an epic special-teams disaster, penalties and missed chances in the red zone.
Local media weighs in on Redskins-Cowboys.
The Redskins will be without reserve nose tackle Chris Neild (calf) and rookie linebacker Brandon Jenkins (ankle) for Sunday night's game at AT&T Stadium against the Dallas Cowboys. Also, sixth-round draft pick Bacarri Rambo has been scratched. Rambo has struggled at times early this season and will not play for the first time in five games.
Several Washington Redskins players said this week they did not see the PBS broadcast of League of Denial, a detailed look at the NFL's concussion issue and how the league mishandled it over the last 20 years. But if the first two hours of the PBS Frontline program escaped their attention this week, the issue of concussions is all too prevalent amongst current NFL players.
While Redskins running back Alfred Morris participated fully in practice for the second day in a row, there are still a few injury questions facing the Washington Redskins heading into this weekend's game at Dallas.
Given the attention the name change issue has generated in recent weeks, it was inevitable Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III would again face that question. But during the season it's not one he relishes answering.
Redskins running back Alfred Morris sais Wednesday that he expects to play in this Sunday's crucial NFC East game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder sent a personal letter to season ticket holders on Monday articulating his view on why the team name should not be changed.
The bye week helped several Washington Redskins players recover from lingering injuries, though their status for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys won't be known until later in the week.
Washington Redskins defensive back DeAngelo Hall was incensed after Sunday's game with the Oakland Raiders when an NFL uniform inspector stopped a group interview because Hall was wearing an unauthorized logo on his polo shirt. The inspector, however, over stepped his bounds in this case, according to a league source.
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