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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 9/9

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014.

All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.

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Here's an exclusive look from the Washington Redskins' sideline during their Week 1 game with the Houston Texans.

-- *Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said on Monday nose tackle Barry Cofield and tight end Jordan Reed "could miss some time" with injuries.

-- A complete statistical rundown from the Redskins' regular season opener.

-- Defensive end Jason Hatcher picked up right where he left off last year with a sack on Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.

-- Punter Tress Way showed off his leg in his Redskins debut, averaging nearly 50 yards per punt.

-- An article on the special teams unit's production against the Texans.

-- A Twitter roundup of Gruden's press conference.

-- Check out these photos of NBA MVP Kevin Durant and top NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. rocking burgundy and gold.

-- Former Redskins linebacker Andre Collins remembers his time with the team.

-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler on some possible defensive line adjustments if Cofield misses time.

-- Gruden said at his press conference that "everybody could have done something better" in the regular season opener.

-- ESPN's John Keim discussed the Redskins' third down situation.

-- The Washington Times' Zac Boyer on the special teams unit wanting to correct mistakes as quickly as possible.

-- One local reporter on the possibility of wide receiver Andre Roberts' role expanding as he looks to being a key member of offense and in the return game.

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