The Redskins head to Philadelphia seeking back-to-back victories for the first time since the final two weeks of the 2012 regular season.
Washington's speedy linebackers think they can match up with Eagles' biggest offensive threats.
The Redskins get back to work today, preparing for their Week 3 matchup at Philadelphia, and here's what players were talking about in the locker room this morning.
Here's what the new starter in the heart of the Washington defense brings to the table.
Well, that’s not how you would want to look in your final dress rehearsal for the regular season if you’re Jay Gruden & Co.
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett wants to see young linebackers in game situations.
Keenan Robinson lost his second NFL season to injury, but devoted the time to learning the playbook and tuning his mental game.
Fully recovered from the torn pectoral muscle that cost him all of the 2013 campaign, Robinson aims to prove that despite a limited resume, he has the capability to replace London Fletcher.
You can’t take a whole lot from these practices, because again, it’s still early, and a lot can and probably will change between now and the end of preseason. But there’s definitely a lot to learn
Inside linebacker certainly is now more crowded, but it’s hard to say if that’s a significantly improved position.