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Topic - Aldrick Robinson
Pierre Garcon broke team records in 2013, and he sealed the No. 1 wideout role in his two years with the team. Beyond Garcon, the receiving group has plenty of questions.
The Redskins have re-signed wide receiver Aldrick Robinson.
Kyle Shanahan sees Kirk Cousins and Aldrick Robinson trying to become playmakers.
Redskins wide receiver Aldrick Robinson has enjoyed a dramatic uptick in his playing time -- and his production.
Need to Know: Thursday's press conferences included Haslett talking about Orakpo, Kyle Shanahan talking about Aldrick Robinson, and Mike Shanahan on maintaining effort.
Nick Foles completed 17 of 26 passes for 298 yards and the Philadelphia Eagles snapped a 10-game home losing streak by defeating the Washington Redskins 24-16 on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Redskins had the ball down a TD with a chance to tie the game with less than 30 seconds left, but one ill-advised throw from Robert Griffin III later, Washington fell to 3-7.
Redskins beat reporter Zac Boyer poses five questions heading into Sunday's game against San Diego
During lunchtime Tuesday in the Washington Redskins locker room, a computer tablet lay on the floor, plugged into a nearby socket to get charged. It bore the team's logo and the No. 31, the jersey that belongs to safety Brandon Meriweather.
Forget even about the start of the season. Meriweather hopes to be doing drills with his teammates by the start of training camp. If he is, the veteran will be the centerpiece of a secondary that could include a few rookies and a much different look than last year.
Ankles aren't supposed to bend the way Santana Moss contorted his left foot in the end zone on Thursday. And if they do, there's usually some type of tear and pain involved.
When Robert Griffin III reared back and let the ball fly down the field in Santana Moss' direction, he was reminded of a lesson his college coach at Baylor, Art Briles, imparted on him.
More than a few times Robert Griffin III has scared Washington Redskins fans by remaining on the ground after a hit. When he didn't get up Sunday and it was clear he took a shoulder to the head, the fear became a reality.
Robert Griffin III's NFL debut somehow managed to match the excessive hype that preceded this day for months. How he got to that historic perch, though, is the strongest indication this is a new version of the Redskins' offense, not the anemic ones of previous last-place seasons.
The Washington Redskins continued the sweeping change at the wide receiver position Friday night in keeping seven on their final roster.
He said he's become a more polished route runner, is more aware of his responsibilities and, in general, has a better grasp of the offense
"I'm still Pete's backup, but I can go side-to-side," Robinson said, referring to Garcon. "I also come in for Josh. So I have to know every position."