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Tight end Logan Paulsen scored on this 17-yard catch, and Aldrick Robinson had a 49-yarder in the second quarter.

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  • Redskins tight end Chris Cooley is unsure what his role will be alongside Logan Paulson and Niles Paul, but he's excited to get back on the field. (Associated Press)

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  • Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, right, prepares to throw as quarterback Robert Griffin III throws behind him during an NFL football training camp practice at Redskins Park, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012, in Ashburn, Va. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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  • Washington Redskins second-year tight end Logan Paulsen, 24, will be thrust into a more prominent role with Chris Cooley out for the season. Paulsen caught two passes in last week's loss to the Carolina Panthers, totalling 48 yards. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn)

    Redskins go to their backup plans

    Niles Paul hasn't even played half of an NFL season yet, but he already is hearing taunts from opposing defenders. "Is that all you do is block?" Paul, the Washington Redskins' rookie receiver, recalled with a laugh this week. "I make sure I get them back for saying that."

  • Tight ends Fred Davis (above right) and Logan Paulsen (below right) were praised for neutralizing Pittsburgh's vaunted linebackers.

    Davis, Paulsen threw block party in win over Steelers

    Fred Davis, athlete that he is, typically draws positive reviews on the practice field, and the praise has been amplified this summer.

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