A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, September 12, 2013.
--Safety Brandon Meriweather practices fully with team and could return to the lineup against Green Bay.
--Game preview of the Washington Redskins vs. the Green Bay Packers.
--Redskins injury report and updates on player activities.
--Eagles coach Chip Kelly and former Redskins coach Steve Spurrier have similar debuts but with different post-game reactions.
--A Los Angeles, California Redskins fan loses a bet and has to pay an unusual consequence.
--It turns out that quarterback Robert Griffin III is not the only Redskin with stylish socks.
--After quarterback Robert Griffin III passed the "hit test" on Monday night, he is now ready to take on the Packers this Sunday.
--Why Redskins to moved corner E.J. Biggers to safety on Monday night.
Fredericksburg reporter on how quarterback Robert Griffin III knee is holding up.
--A break down of Monday nights game that includes snap counts for individual players on offense and defense.
--An early look at the Packers' offense and defense as well as injury reports.
--Running back Chris Thompson is using Monday nights game as a learning experience.
--Quarterback Robert Griffin III on his throwing mechanics and the scrutiny he is receiving.
--ESPN breaks down quarterback Robert Griffin III performance against the Eagles and what to expect against the Packers.
--Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III looks to have a more routine week two and concentrate on fixing mistakes.
--Haitian ambassador met with wide receiver Pierre Garcon before Monday nights game.
--Offensive coaching staff was misrepresented after a substandard first half against the Eagles Monday night.
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4) Shanahan: S @BMeriweather31 (groin) practiced fully and is in line to play Sunday vs. Packers. #HTTR 5) QB @RGIII says he looks up to leaders like A. Rodgers, but "when you're playing him, opposite sidelines, there's no looking up to that."