If ever there was a game where the Redskins will feel the absence of top cornerback DeAngelo Hall, it’s Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys and top receiving threat Dez Bryant.
Robert Griffin III, safety Ryan Clark and cornerback Tracy Porter all were limited by injury in Friday's practice.
Prohibited by his team from talking to the media since his Week 2 injury, Robert Griffin III on Friday broke his silence and said that he is doing his best to listen and learn all he can while making a gradual return to the field.
A degree of uncertainty has loomed over Washington's quarterback position this week, and so, in preparation for Monday night's game, the Dallas Cowboys studied the Redskins' offense rather than worry about whether Colt McCoy or Robert Griffin III would start.
Jay Gruden believed that many of his players needed a more thorough education on the history of the series.
Dallas boast NFL-best 57.4 conversion rate on third down; Washington ranks 31st, at 31.7 percent
Leading the way for Dallas is fourth-year back DeMarco Murray, who has rushed for 913 yards and seven touchdowns on 187 carries -- all league highs by a healthy margin.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was limited in Thursday's practice as he works his way back from the ankle injury that has sidelined him the past five weeks.
Jason Hatcher spent the first eight years of his career with the Dallas Cowboys, but he insists that Monday night's meeting doesn't have any additional importance.
Jason Hatcher on his return, Keenan Robinson on DeMarco Murray and more.