A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
Top images from the Washington Redskins' practice on Oct. 24, 2014, at Redskins Park in Loudoun County, Va.
-- Redskins.com's Andrew Walker with "Redskins-Cowboys: 4 Keys To The Game" presented by Papa John's.
-- Jason Hatcher said he is "locked in" as he makes his return to Dallas.
-- Inside linebacker Keenan Robinson was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week after recording a career-high 14 tackles against the Tennessee Titans.
-- Quarterback Colt McCoy is likely to start against the Dallas Cowboys.
-- Signed by the Redskins earlier this week, linebacker Everette Brown remained active in the gym as he waited for the call from an NFL team.
-- Speaking of linebacker, rookie Trent Murphy said he is ready to "ball out" against the Cowboys.
-- This week's "FedEx ONE To Watch" focuses on the Redskins trying to stop league-leading rusher Demarco Murray.
-- Speaking of stopping Murray, here's more on the Redskins' thoughts about stopping him.
-- Also a large factor on their offense, of course, is quarterback Tony Romo.
-- Tight end Logan Paulsen and others talked about the similarities of the Washington defense and Dallas'.
-- Linebacker Brian Orakpo had one last message before undergoing surgery Wednesday morning -- Beat Dallas.
-- Rookie offensive lineman Morgan Moses has been balancing Dallas week preparations with the birth of his son.
-- Check out this incredible fan art piece of Taylor.
-- Kicker Kai Forbath received a custom No. 2 jersey from the Washington Wizards.
-- Former Redskins wide receiver Virgil Seay has remained in the game of football, coaching George Mason University's club football team.
-- Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said he needs to step up his play as the Redskins' linebacker rotation changes.
-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler with more on the right tackle position and how the depth chart might shake out heading into Dallas and who might be tasked with defending Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant.
-- *The Washington Times *talked with long snapper Nick Sundberg about his want to be perfect on all snaps.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones on what head coach Jay Gruden is doing to remind his players about the Redskins-Cowboys rivalry.
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