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The Redskins tight end is having a productive season and has become a locker room leader.

(Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)

The Washington Redskins attempt to get back on the winning track when they face the Arizona Cardinals at 4:25 p.m. on FOX.

Here are a few, among the many stories, behind the Redskins’ causes.

The Redskins tight end is having a productive season and has become a locker room leader.

Like Richard Sherman, the cornerback hones his passion for the game with preparation and hard work, and his team wouldn’t have it any other way.

It is futile — and wrongheaded — to try to change a passionate star.

Growing up in the Phoenix area, Trent Murphy dreamed of playing at University of Phoenix Stadium as a professional.

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden hopeful that with another week of rest, tight end Jordan Reed (separated shoulder) can return for Week 14 game at Philadelphia

Arizona's stout defense, versatile second-year back among the Redskins challenges Sunday

Former Terp has given some serious thought to life after the NFL.

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden looking for disruptive pass rush to limit Cardinals QB Carson Palmer, WR Larry Fitzgerald

Nickelback is a rigorous position to learn, and neither team nor player is discouraged.

With veteran tight end Vernon Davis on the roster, the Redskins head coach says he is not appreciably altering the game plan either way.

Washington has used multiple methods of limiting a receiving running back this season, with mostly good success.

But at $8,500, this Redskins Fanbulance is a relative bargain.

It’s the second time in the quarterback's career that he’s won the accolade.

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