The Washington Redskins will be without their leading tackler, linebacker Zach Brown, against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday.

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The Cardinals have battled their own injuries but still have several threats with which the Redskins must contend.

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Effort and intensity are the focus as the 5-8 Redskins host Arizona (6-7).

Redskins official willing to bet FedEx Field will be packed and rockin’ on Sunday

Don't get caught up in the social media hype.

‘Nobody wants to see an empty stadium’: Redskins fan calls for ticket donations

"Tailgate Ted” has helped facilitate ticket donations to Operation Warrior Wishes and other charities.

Now dead last in points allowed, Redskins try to fix a faltering defense

Whether it be injuries, lack of preparation or poor communication, the issues are manifest.

Organizers believe the generation and promotion of fictional stories produced to appear on media sites was a success in spreading awareness of an issue that had gone dormant.

Washington's leading tackler has missed two practices in a row while dealing with an illness in addition to toe, Achilles and hip injuries.

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The Alabama product says he isn't into politics, but he felt compelled to vote in Tuesday's special election.

Disclosure that Cravens has undergone treatment for post-concussion syndrome came as surprise to Redskins teammates.

Gruden says he didn't read too much into D.J. Swearinger's comments after Sunday's loss to the Chargers.

On injured reserve, Redskins placekicker Dustin Hopkins could be back on the active roster at some point this season.

The 2016 second-round pick, who attempted to retire earlier this year but was then placed on the reserve/left squad list, has been medically cleared to play football in 2018 after receiving treatment for “post-concussion syndrome.”

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