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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 9/11

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, September 11, 2013.


--Player observations and notes from the Redskins 33-27 loss to the Eagles.

--Quarterback Robert Griffin III late rally excites, but loss is disappointing for Redskins fans.

--Injury updates and evaluations from Monday nights game between the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles.

--Local media give Redskins grades and commentary broken down by offensive and defensive positions.

--Should quarterback Robert Griffin III have played in the preseason?

--Analysis of individual players that stood out Monday night against the Eagles.

--Quarterback Robert Griffin III explaining what went wrong after upsetting loss to the Eagles.

--NFL league officials asked quarterback Robert Griffin III to cover his knee brace during the game Monday night.

--Head coach Mike Shanahan will not blame quarterback Robert Griffin III for the Redskins offensive struggles.

--Associated Press explains that Monday nights loss cannot be put on one player, but it was a collective letdown.

--Running back Alfred Morris felt shocked about the way the offense preformed in the first half of the Eagles vs, Redskins game.

--Week one is in the books and according to, the Washington Redskins come in at No. 19 in the power rankings.

--Richmond media describe the popularity of the Redskins and their Monday Night Football ratings.

--Local media says that Monday night’s loss affected the Redskins more ways than just a loss within their division.

--The Washington Redskins scouting report as they head to Green Bay, WI to take on the Packers. 

--How the Green Bay Packers will prepare for quarterback Robert Griffin III dual threat style of play.

--Members of the Milwaukee/Wisconsin media doubt that quarterback Robert Griffin III will be the same quarterback Redskins fans saw last year.

--This weeks opponent the Green Bay Packers come in at No. 7 in ESPN’s power rankings.

--Team report of the Green Bay Packers, including injuries and player notes after their loss to the San Francisco 49ers.


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