The Washington Post

The Redskins have tendered backup nose tackle Chris Baker the restricted free-agent right-of-first-refusal qualifying offer.

The franchise quarterback's leg bent awkwardly. Then his backup rallied the team from behind to win in overtime. It was surely a wave of emotions for Redskins fans -- what were you feeling during it all?

Team wants more out of speedy returner

The Washington Redskins on Sunday went away from receiver Brandon Banks despite continuing to utilize the triple option schemes that the third-year pro usually had been a part of.

Through six games, the Redskins' punt returner has largely been held in check, averaging just 5.4 yards.

Return man gains value to the team because he poses a threat in its new option offense.

Option plays give him a chance to show his speed, elusiveness

In Friday's free-for-all, the Opening Kick talks with two Bengals fans, and gets a three-point breakdown from a Redskins fan on what needs to happen on Sunday.

Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said that he wasn’t overly concerned by the rough outing that punt/kick returner Brandon Banks had on Sunday.

Returner says he is learning to become a wide receiver.

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