A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, September 9, 2013.
--With Monday night’s matchup between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles looming, members inside the organziation don't expect Robert Griffin III to show any signs of rust due to lack of play in the preseason.
--With Robert Griffin III getting the spotlight, Redskins running back Alfred Morris could steal the show Monday night.
--Game Preview: Eagles at Redskins.
--What to expect from RGIII against the Eagles.
--Redskins' secondary looks to make a statement Monday night after a challenging season in 2012.
--Rookie cornerback David Amerson will make his NFL debut against the Eagles and looks to get some playing time off the bench.
--Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker looks to bounce back from injury that robbed him of most of his 2012 season.
--A touching story about one wounded veteran who uses Redskins games as a form of therapy.
--Robert Griffin III looks to have continued success in Year 2.
--Redskins linebacker London Fletcher sets the standard and tone for the Redskins defense as the NFL’s active leader in consecutive games.
--Defense is key for the Redskins to defend their NFC East title.
--Rookie running back/returner Chris Thompson works to make an impact on special teams.
--Some members of the media doubt Redskins ability to improve from 2012.
--An enthusiastic fan displayed his love for Robert Griffin III in a fairly unique way.
--Veteran Redskins receiver Santana Moss is thriving in the Shanahan Redskins offense.
--Although being overlooked in his football career, Redskins center Will Montgomery has become a leader in the Redskins offense.
--Can the Redskins return to glory in the post-Joe Gibbs era? Last year was a start, but the key to building a dynasty is consistency.
--Alfred Morris wants to increase his carries as well as protect his quarterback in 2013.
--Remembering all-time great defensive back Darrell Green, a Redskins icon.
--One dissenting group plans an ad campaign around the Redskins name debate.
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