A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
Washington Redskins fullback Darrel Young, legend Ed Simmons and some of the First Ladies of Football were on hand for the unveiling of SPC (Ret.) Jay Briseno Jr.'s new home. They gave him a signed Joe Theismann jersey.
-- Fullback Darrel Young, 80 Greatest Redskin Ed Simmons and the First Ladies of Football were at the Helping a Hero event on Monday for Jay Briseno Jr. -- a veteran who was injured in Iraq in 2003 and was at the unveiling of his new home. At the event, the Young gave Briseno Jr. -- a diehard Redskins fan -- a signed Joe Theismann jersey.
-- The Redskins made several roster moves on Monday, signing two defensive backs to the active roster and a tackle to the practice squad.
-- Since joining the Redskins as a draft pick in 2012, running back Alfred Morris has been one of the most consistent players on the roster. First-year head coach Jay Gruden talked about his continued strong play and how he's 'Steady Eddie.'
-- Linebacker Keenan Robinson wants to leave his mark both on the field and in the community.
-- Growing up in Minnesota and attending college in South Dakota, offensive lineman Tom Compton is OK with being his own guy.
-- Here are three segments from 'Sean Taylor: A Football Life.'
-- Teammates and fans have been showing support for cornerback DeAngelo Hall as he recovers from surgery.
-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir with more on the return of cornerback Richard Crawford.
-- ESPN's John Keim with several observations of 'Sean Taylor: A Football Life', an in-depth look at defensive end Jason Hatcher and a close look at each of quarterback Kirk Cousins' starts dating back to his first appearance in the starting lineup in 2012.
-- *The Washington Times *published this piece on Cousins' Week 4 performance and what he needs to do moving forward.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones on linebacker Ryan Kerrigan's successful season. He currently leads the NFL in sacks with 5.
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