A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Saturday, Oct. 4, 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. 3, 2014 at Redskins Park in Loudoun County, Va.
-- Redskins.com's Andrew Walker with "Redskins-Seahawks: 4 Keys To The Game" presented by Papa John's.
-- Linebacker Brian Orakpo said this is the perfect time for the Redskins to get redemption -- on a national stage.
-- Tight end Niles Paul talked about his transition to the position. The fourth-year player has already set career highs in receptions and receiving yards.
-- Cornerback E.J. Biggers -- who came from a mid-major and was drafted in the seventh round -- said you just 'have to always be ready.'
-- The defense talked about wanting multiple guys on Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch when he touches the ball.
-- Seattle's 'Legion Of Boom' is coming to FedExField.
-- The Redskins are preparing for the versatility that wide receiver Percy Harvin brings.
-- Outside linebackers coach Brian Baker's journey to Washington has molded his coaching philosophy.
-- Wide receiver Andre Roberts -- a former Arizona Cardinal -- hopes his experience against the Seahawks pays off.
-- After excelling against the Eagles, but struggling against the Giants, quarterback Kirk Cousins says he doesn't try to 'ride the roller coaster.'
-- Sidelined by a hamstring injury over the last few weeks, tight end Jordan Reed saidhe's close to returning, possibly as early as Monday against the Seattle Seahawks.
-- This week's "FedEx ONE To Watch" focuses on the matchup of the Redskins' top two wide receivers and the Seahawks' secondary.
-- For more storylines involving the two NFC foes, check out "Redskins-Seahawks: A Different Look" presented by Kaplan University.
-- Tanya Snyder – wife of owner Dan Snyder – and the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation on Wednesday hosted the seventh-annual All Stars Survivors Celebration at Redskins Park. A complete story of the event along with a social media recap.
-- The Redskins added to their secondary earlier this week with a returning Richard Crawford and Jamarca Sanford.
-- The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and USAA hosted the second-annual Salute To Play 60 event on Tuesday at Fort Belvoir.
-- Fullback Darrel Young, former Redskin Ed Simmons and the First Ladies of Football were on hand for the unveiling of Jay Briseno Jr.'s new home. They gave the lifelong Redskins fan a signed Joe Theismann jersey.
-- Monday night's matchup will include more than just football between Washington and Seattle, as their is also a competition between the markets to get a community project fully funded.
-- Wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be honored by the Pro Football Hall of Fame after becoming only the third player in NFL history with an 80-yard touchdown both for and against a team.
-- CSN Washington’s Rich Tandler, ESPN’s John Keim and *The Washington Post*’s Mike Jones each have five questions facing the Redskins before their Monday Night Football matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.
-- Tandler with more on the possibility that all three tight ends will be active on Monday.
-- Keim also has this on linebacker Brian Orakpo adjusting his style of play while he battles injury and Jones with more on the mutual respect between 2012 draft classmates Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson.
-- ESPN's Terry Blount with this article on how head coach Jay Gruden has been putting in extra work this week before facing the defending Super Bowl champions.
-- *The Washington Times *has this piece on how the Redskins tight ends could play a huge factor in attacking the Seahawks' defense.
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