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Galette could be set for a big raise

Teams need pass rush and even though Junior Galette hasn't been able to get traction in the sacks department he could be in line for a nice contract in the spring.   

Reed likely to stay in 2018

Jordan Reed's 2018 cap number might seem high for a player who is injured as often as he is. But there are obstacles and risks to the Redskins moving on this year.   

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State of the Redskins, Week 15—Looking for motivation
Need to Know: A look at the state of the Skins including jobs on the line and looking for motivation.    
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Junior Galette intends to pursue free agency, per source
Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette intends to pursue free agency to find a team that will give him plenty of snaps, per a source with knowledge of the situation.
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Gruden on effort: We didn't spend last week playing checkers
Despite the dismal performance against the Chargers in Week 14, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden doesn't think effort is the problem.
Junior Galette speaks on his limited role with the Redskins
Redskins linebacker Junior Galette believes he has made the most of his limited playing time with the team over the last three seasons.
RG3 says it's best for Kirk Cousins to go elsewhere
You knew this was coming, right? RG3 has been at ESPN recently, and when he finally got to talk about Kirk Cousins, he made it count.
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Galette may be headed towards a solid free agency payday
Teams need pass rush and even though Junior Galette hasn't been able to get traction in the sacks department he could be in line for a nice contract in the spring.   
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Redskins issue statement regarding name change hoax
The Redskins did not change their name. After a Wednesday morning hoax, the team made an official statement regarding the matter.
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Fantasy Football Week 15 rankings--Semifinals
Aaron Rodgers or Matt Ryan? Samaje Perine or Gio Bernard? Jack Doyle or Greg Olsen? Those fantasy football playoff questions answered and more in Ben Standig's first look at the Week 15 rankings.
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Why Reed is likely to be a Redskin in 2018
Jordan Reed's 2018 cap number might seem high for a player who is injured as often as he is. But there are obstacles and risks to the Redskins moving on this year.   
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NFC East: Even with big win, Eagles had worst week
The Eagles achieved the best measure of NFC East success, winning the division with a victory last Sunday in L.A. Despite that achievement, Philadelphia also suffered the worst loss in the division.
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Redskins' offense can't stay on the field on third down
Need to Know: After being solid on third-down conversions in 2016, the Redskins' offense has regressed considerably.      
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If Devin Hester heads to The Hall, he has Brian Mitchell to thank
Devin Hester officially retired on Tuesday, starting his countdown clock to Canton. When he does make the NFL Hall of Fame, he will have Brian Mitchell to thank. 
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Reed's unsatisfying season has come to an official end
Jordan Reed's five-year career has been up-and-down, but the 2017 season may have been his toughest. And on Tuesday, it came to a particularly tough end.
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Jay Gruden addresses job security and preparation issues
Chick Hernandez and Brian Mitchell talk to Jay Gruden following an ugly Week 14 showing, and the coach answers questions about his team's mindset and why they're struggling.
After suffering from concussions, Su'a Cravens is cleared
Stopped before it ever started, 2017 proved a disappointing season for the Redskins and Su'a Cravens. Now, the second-year player is clear to resume football activity.
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Under evaluation, Kirk Cousins delivers bad performance
It's hard to think one game could sway the opinions of the Redskins front office about their QB. If one game could, however, it could have been Cousins' performance against the Chargers.
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Junkies give Gruden credit for taking blame for loss, not injuries
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden took the blame for their brutal loss against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. The Junkies give him credit for acknowledging his players were unprepared.
How hot are the seats at Redskins Park?
Need to Know: Four downs looks at the status of jobs in Ashburn, what tanking would look like, and an interesting substitution.   
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2017 NFL Power Rankings: Patriots fall from No. 1
The Redskins stumbled lower than they've been all year while the Patriots lost their grip on the top spot in this week's NFL power rankings.
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Jay Gruden has a very simple reason for the Redskins' slide
People on the outside of the team are coming up with all sorts of theories for the Redskins' recent issues, but Jay Gruden went with a more basic explanation on Monday.
Who deserves most blame for Redskins' latest loss?
The Redskins lost, 30-13, to the Chargers, and it was ugly. But who's fault was it? Brian Mitchell explains.
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden reacts after an interception by Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins against the New York Giants
Gruden sends the wrong message by not going for two
Jay Gruden had a chance to send a message late in the Redskins' loss to the Chargers. Instead, he chose to get his team back on the plane.
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Where would Redskins draft if season ended after Week 14?
With the Redskins' playoff eliminating loss to the Chargers on Sunday, the focus now starts to shift. If the season ended today, what draft pick would the team have in the 2018 NFL Draft?
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Insider's Take: Questioning Redskins' Preparation
NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay asks the right questions about the Redskins' loss to the Chargers.
What the NFC Playoff race looks like after Week 14
The NFC Playoff picutre started to come into focus in Week 14. A divison was clinched and another team was added to the "eliminated" category.
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Breaking down 5 key moments from Redskins vs. Chargers
Need to know: A look at the key moments from Redskins vs. Chargers. Unfortunately, most of them went LA's way.   
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Junkies: 'That team did not want to play football yesterday'
The Redskins didn't show up in Los Angeles in their 30-13 loss to the Chargers. The Junkies see it as a bad showing from the coaching staff all the way to the players.
Blah. Blah. Blah.
The Redskins played their first game of the season without legitimate playoff hopes, and the effort did not live up to the billing.
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Redskins had momentum for seconds vs. Chargers
Any hope the Redskins had to reverse the course of Sunday's ugly loss was short-lived.
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Eagles fear QB Wentz suffered ACL injury
Eagles quarterback suffered a knee injury against the Rams in Week 14. Team officials fear his season may be over.
Sounds of Sunday: The Best of Week 14 from Redskins-Chargers
Here's a look back at NBC Sports Washington's best coverage of Redskins vs. Chargers in NFL Week 14.
D.J. Swearinger sounds off on Redskins lack of effort
Swearinger doesn't care if the Redskins are in the playoffs or not — he still wants to win every game.
Five takeaways from loss to Chargers
The Redskins haven't been able to generate much momentum the last two weeks.
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No complaints, but constant holding frustrates Ryan Kerrigan
There are bigger things in the world to complain about than holding penalties, but the consistency of holding really frustrates Ryan Kerrigan. here's what he had to say after the Week 14 loss.
Too many downs, not enough ups for Redskins
The Redskins traveled a long way for their sad loss vs. the Chargers in Week 14. Here are the high- and low-points from the contest.
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Brian Mitchell still doesn't see enough effort from Redskins
The Redskins' lackluster performance against the Chargers had Brian Mitchell watching a high school game instead. He wanted to watch effort.
Redskins' loss to Chargers actually looked worse than final score
A lackluster performance in Week 14 will make the Redskins' long trip home feel much, much longer than it already is.
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JP Finlay checks in from Los Angeles
Washington sports fans who made the trip west could make it a two-for-one deal, with the Wizards playing the Clippers. JP Finlay checks in from the Staples Center.
Redskins Inactives: Reed still out
Here's who won't be suiting up for the Redskins-Chargers game today. 
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Redskins vs. Chargers How to Watch Information
The Redskins look to play spoiler as they head west to face off with the Chargers on Sunday afternoon. Here's all the info on how to watch their showdown in L.A.
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Final thoughts on Redskins-Chargers
Need to Know: Will the Chargers have a home-field advantage? Tandler takes a last look at that and more.      
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A look back at the week in hot takes on Kirk Cousins
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was includes Kirk Cousins hot takes and a glitch in Zach Brown's contract negotiations.    
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Casserly on containing the Chargers pass rush
Charley Casserly breaks down how the Redskins can slow down the Chargers' talented pass-rushing duo of Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram.
What do the next 4 games mean for Kirk Cousins?
Charley Casserly breaks down why the next 4 games could be critical for Kirk Cousins and his future contract situation.
Casserly on how to stop the Chargers offense
Charley Casserly breaks down the keys for the Redskins to slow down the Chargers high-powered offense.
Cleveland Browns long snapper Charley Hughlett lines up against Washington Redskins defensive end Matt Ioannidis
Matt Ioannidis out of his cast
Matt Ioannidis doesn't have his club anymore, which bring some needed good news for the Redskins.
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Redskins get ready to take on the Chargers
The Redskins go through their final preparations as they get ready to face the Chargers in Week 14.
Gruden on how Perine has improved in 2017
The Redskins are starting to see what they were hoping to get from rookie Samaje Perine when they drafted him.
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Josh Norman among five players under pressure vs. Chargers
Need to Know: The playoffs are a long shot but pressure to perform remains. Here are five players who will be in the spotlight on Sunday.   
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Fantasy Football -- Week 14 rankings
Samaje Perine or Rex Burkhead? Josh Gordon or Stefon Diggs? Start Dak Prescott at the Giants? These questions and more answered in Ben Standig's Week 14 fantasy football rankings.
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Week 14 Redskins at Chargers: Playoff contender faces playoff spoiler
The Redskins may not be in the playoff hunt, but there are still reasons to pay attention to their Week 14 matchup with the Chargers.
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Unlucky or injury prone, Jordan Reed and Redskins need each other
The Redskins miss having Jordan Reed healthy almost as much as the star TE misses being on the field.
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Zach Brown intends to play through injuries
Zach Brown has been dealing with injuries but he is playing nearly every snap this season. He plans to continue to do so.   
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Junkies try to dissect Dan Patrick's Cousins, receivers comment
National radio host, Dan Patrick, made a comment on his show Monday that Kirk Cousins' receiver don't like him. The Junkies try to make sense of his statements.
Redskins player one-liners, defensive edition
Need to Know: Player one-liners for the defense including Kendall Fuller's impressive season and how Junior Galette's season may be better than popular perception.   
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Moses, Brown among five Redskins out of practice
Injury report: The Redskins have had nearly a week to recuperate from their last game but they still have a substantial injury list.   
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Radio host claims Redskins receivers don't like Cousins
Kirk Cousins is having another strong season and Washington's offense has, for the most part, followed suit. But one national radio host says there's discord on that side of the ball.
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Which Redskins in-season signees should come back next year?
Injuries have forced the Redskins to sign players from just about anywhere they could get them. Which of those players should return in 2018?  
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Tight 2017 cap may complicate doing an extension with Zach Brown
There seems to be some mutual interest in Zach Brown and the Redskins getting a contract extension done but the team might not have enough cap space to get a deal done.
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NFC East NFL Draft needs
Ben Standig updates his 2018 NFL mock draft and examines the top needs for the NFC East including those affecting quarterbacks Eli Manning, Kirk Cousins and Carson Wentz.
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Junkies disappointed in lack of production from Anderson, Reed
With playoff hopes out of sight, the Junkies share who they expected a lot more from during the 2017 season.
Stopping Keenan Allen a key for the Redskins vs. the Chargers
Need to Know: First look at Redskins vs. Chargers includes the need to stop a rebounding Hall of Fame QB throwing to a streaking wide receiver   
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The amount of salary on Redskins' IR list is significant
Everybody knows the Redskins lost a number of players to injury. From stars like Chris Thompson and Jonathan Allen to starters like Shawn Lauvao or Spencer Long. Add it all up, it's significant. 
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Why Montae Nicholson's return is important for the Redskins
Redskins rookie safety Montae Nicholson was showing signs of being a long-term fix at a problem position but his absence due to injuries in recent weeks has made it hard to evaluate him.    
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Redskins players say they have plenty of incentive to win
The Redskins' playoff chances are statistically insignificant, but the players say that won't keep them from playing hard.   
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Redskins fan questions—Reed trade, the future at QB
Need to Know: Tandler answers forward-looking fan questions on the future at QB, Joran Reed, and the wisdom of resting players.     
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2017 NFL Power Rankings: A new No. 1
The Redskins' loss on Thursday ended up hurting even more by Sunday night. Find out why, and who the new No. 1 team is, in this week's power rankings.
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Redskins welcome back two previously-released rookies
Wide receiver Robert Davis and offensive lineman Kyle Kalis were released in September. Now, they're back.
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Jay Gruden: Redskins need more from Cousins moving forward
The Redskins head coach has been impressed with Cousins, but for the four remaining regular season games, he needs more.
Beyond Kirk Cousins, 4 big questions remain for Redskins
What happens next with Kirk Cousins will determine much of the Redskins focus for 2018, but there are plenty of other issues the team might look to resolve in the remaining four games of 2017. 
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One main reason why the Redskins' defense is declining
The Redskins started out the year with a strong rushing defense but injuries have taken their toll.   
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Cowboys' Michael Irvin talks Kirk Cousins' future with Redskins
NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay caught up with Cowboys Hall of Famer Michael Irvin to talk about Kirk Cousins's contract situation, plus what he thinks of Josh Doctson.
Giants fire coach Ben McAdoo amid disastrous second season
The Giants coach is reportedly done in the middle of a season that includes just two wins so far.
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Redskins' special teams go bad in Dallas
The Redskins' special teams have been struggling all year but there weren't many disasters — until last Thursday in Dallas.   
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Cakes: WR help a must for Redskins in 2018
During Monday's show, the Junkies went around and picked one thing they would change for the Redskins in the upcoming season. Cakes believes WR help is on the top of the list.
Redskins one per player one-liners, offensive edition
Need to Know: Colt gets into a game, they need a new punt returner and trying to make a position change on the O-line.   
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Brian Mitchell Goes OFF on the Kirk Cousins Doubters
Brian Mitchell has a few things to say to those who think Cousins' performance in Dallas cost him a max contract.
Is the franchise tag the best option for Cousins?
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was includes a look at the futures of Kirk Cousins and Jonathan Allen and the shifting O-line depth chart.  
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Where the Redskins' season went wrong
Need to Know: The Redskins' playoff chances are all but gone. Where did the season go wrong? Tandler looks at some key moments.   
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Effort not the issue against Cowboys
After Thursday night's loss to the Cowboys, there is a lot to be angry about. One thing you shouldn't hold against the Redskins is lack of effort.
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Redskins-Cowboys is Groundhog Day for Redskins fans
Thursday night's loss to the Cowboys was a brutal one, but sadly we've experienced this type of loss before.
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Finlay: Kirk has zero reason to negotiate with the Redskins
With the Redskins' season basically over, now the big question is 'what happens with Kirk Cousins?' Redskins insider JP Finlay told the Junkies how he thinks things will pan out.
Charles Davis weighs in on criticism of Cousins on TNF
After Thursday's loss, several critics came out to put the blame on quarterback Kirk Cousins for the teams' loss. NFL analysts Charles Davis weighs in on the criticism.
5 key moments from the Redskins' ugly loss
Need to Know: The five plays that were keys in the loss that essentially ended the Redskins' season.    
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Must-see photos: Dallas 38 Redskins 14
Must-see photos from the Redskins' brutal loss to the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium.
Ups & Downs from Redskins bad, bad loss
Rich Tandler is here to walk you through the highest highs and the lowest lows from the Week 13 Thursday night Football game between the Redskins and Cowboys. It's mostly lows. 
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Sounds of Thursday: The best of the Sean Taylor Special
The Redskins didn't get the win in Dallas, but Week 13 was bigger than football. It was about honoring and remembering the life of Sean Taylor.
Three legends call out Cousins but their criticism misses the mark
Kirk Cousins did not play well in Dallas Thursday. But three NFL legends took that performance — one marred by bad defense and special teams — and overreacted to it.
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What we learned from the Redskins dud in Dallas
The Redskins got run off the field in Dallas on Thursday night. Here are Rich Tandler's five biggest takeaways from the Week 13 loss.
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Former Redskin erupts following disastrous loss to Cowboys
The Redskins laid an egg in Dallas and Brian Mitchell wasted no time sounding off on the embarrassment he watched take place on the field. 
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Brian Mitchell goes off after Redskins lose to Cowboys
Brian Mitchell went off on the Redskins organization after a Thursday night loss to Dallas on the road.
Redskins lose in Dallas, and each phase deserves blame
It wasn't just the offense, or the defense, or the special teams that were at fault in the Redskins' loss in Dallas Thursday. It was one of those rare nights where all three deserve plenty of blame.
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Trevor Matich issues heartfelt tribute to Sean Taylor
The death of Sean Taylor ten years ago took many by surprise and is still hard to process by many, even as we celebrate his life on the ten-year anniversary.
Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris runs the ball in the fourth quarter against the Washington Redskins
Alfred Morris gets revenge against Redskins
Since leaving the Washington Redskins, Alfred Morris has has been limited for the Dallas Cowboys. That is until he started against his former team. 
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Crowder's no good, very bad first quarter
Jamison Crowder didn't have a bad first quarter against the Cowboys. He had a disasterous one. Two touches, two turnovers. 
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JP on Sean Taylor
Like it was yesterday, Redskins' Insider J.P. Finlay recalls his thoughts and emotions from the day we lost Sean Taylor 10 years ago.
Sean Taylor's father has special message for Redskins fans
Sean Taylor's father, Pete Taylor, shared a special message to Redskins nation on the 10-year anniversary of his death.
Pete Taylor reflects on his son's legacy
Sean Taylor's father, Pete Taylor, joined the Redskins Kickoff team to reflect on the legacy of his son on the 10-year anniversary of his passing.
No major surprises on Redskins' inactive list
The Redskins' inactive list for Thursday Night Football against the Cowboys is here. Jordan Reed is out, as expected. Who is joining him on the sidelines?
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Redskins-Cowboys TNF Live Blog
The Redskins and Cowboys go at it again on Thursday Night, and there's a lot on the line in Week 13. Join us for the Live Blog.
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Former punter on the legacy of Sean Taylor's Pro Bowl hit
Brian Moorman will be forever linked with Sean Taylor, thanks to the 2006 Pro Bowl. It's a moment that Moorman cherishes every day.
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JP Finlay checks in from Dallas, Texas
JP Finlay checks in from Babe's Chicken in Dallas, Texas to eat some southern food ahead of the Redskins game against the Cowboys.
Josh Norman remembers Sean Taylor
A preview of 'Redskins Kickoff' extended look at the life of Redskins Safety Sean Taylor. Tune in at 7:00pm to hear from the likes of Josh Norman and Joe Gibbs.
Would the Redskins lose Cousins if they transition tag him?
One national reporter thinks that the Redskins would be able to keep Kirk Cousins on the franchise tag but not on the transition tag. But the Redskins have plenty of options to handle either approach.   
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Tony Jefferson pays tribute to Sean Taylor on MNF
On the 10-year anniversary of Sean Taylor's death, Ravens safety Tony Jefferson decided to honor the late Redskin during their game against the Texans. 
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The Junkies give their Redskins-Cowboys predictions
Ahead of Redskins-Cowboys on Thursday Night Football, the Junkies share how they think the game will play out.
Crowder the key as Redskins try to win a big game in Dallas
Need to Know: Tandler's final thoughts as the Redskins and Cowboys match up in an elimination game in Dallas.   
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Recipe for a Redskins victory vs. the Cowboys in Week 13
If the Redskins want to beat the Cowboys in Week 13, this four-step recipe is something they should follow.
Here are the causes Redskins players are supporting Thursday
On Thursday night in Dallas, many Redskins players will be wearing special cleats in honor of causes and charities they support. Here's a summary of what you'll see come kickoff.
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Redskins unveil final injury report before TNF in Dallas
When the Redskins take the field vs. the Cowboys on Thursday night in Dallas, they will — once again — be without the services of Jordan Reed. Full injury report is here.
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Redskins-Cowboys preview: Time to get even
The Redskins travel to Dallas for a Thursday night matchup with two big opportunities: Draw even on the season, and get revenge for a home loss a few weeks back.
Fantasy Football -- Week 13 rankings
Tyrod Taylor or Matt Ryan? Samaje Perine or Alfred Morris? DeSean Jackson or Josh Doctson? These answers and more as Ben Standig reveals his first look at the Week 13 rankings.
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Redskins red hot in the red zone lately
The Redskins struggled in the red zone all of last year and early this season. In the past seven games, however, they have been among the best in the NFL in the red zone.    
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Chris Cooley reveals Redskins plans for color rush uniforms
No moment ever comes without excitement with the Redskins, and the reveal of their color rush uniforms for Thursday night's game in Dallas fit the same billing. Hope the fans like burgundy.
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Junkies: Cousins and Redskins are holding each other hostage
There are a lot of options for Kirk Cousins and the Redskins to look at in the offseason, and the Junkies feel in a way, they are holding one another hostage.
Perine, injuries could make or break Redskins' season
Need to Know: A look at the state of the Redskins including the top storylines and a look ahead.    
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Ranking the Redskins' Color Rush options
Whether the Redskins will participate in the NFL's Color Rush movement on Thursday in Dallas is unclear. If they do, however, here are their choices ranked from best to worst.
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McAdoo picks Geno over Eli
What is Ben McAdoo doing? After the Week 12 loss to the Redskins, the Giants are making the switch, going with Geno Smith at QB over Eli Manning.
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Trent Williams likely to play vs. Cowboys
Redskins tackle Trent Williams is on track to play against the Cowboys but several other of his injured teammates are likely to miss the game.    
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If no deal with Cousins comes, one option makes most sense
For the Redskins, working out a long-term deal with QB Kirk Cousins should be the goal this offseason, but the non-exclusive franchise tag should absolutely be the contingency plan. 
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Junkies remember moment they learned of Taylor's passing
It's been 10 years since the passing of Sean Taylor and the Junkies took a moment to remember when they learned of the news while on air.
Charley Casserly: Redskins can't afford to let Cousins go
With the hand he's been dealt, Kirk Cousins has proved in 2017 he deserves a long-term contract. Former GM Charley Casserly feels the team can not let Cousins leave their organization.
Brown among five under pressure vs. Dallas
Need to Know: Zeke is out but the Redskins will still have to stop the run if they want to get Cousins' first meaningful win over the Cowboys.    
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NFL Power Rankings: Who's up, who's down after Week 12?
The Redskins bounced back, the Rams beat one of the league's hottest teams and the Jaguars finally stumbled. How did that action impact the NFL Power Rankings?
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Jonathan Allen's injury rehab is coming along nicely
Redskins defensive lineman Jonathan Allen returns to practice and is on schedule to rejoin the team when eligible.
DJ Swearinger's number is one way to honor Sean Taylor
When DJ Swearinger arrived in D.C., there was no doubt what number he would wear for the Burgundy and Gold.
Allen takes first steps towards returning to the field
The Redskins have been without top draft pick Jonathan Allen since Week 6. They may be within a few weeks of having him return. 
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Redskins at Cowboys on Thursday Night Football: How to watch
The Redskins face a division rival on Thursday night for the second consecutive week. Here's all the info on how to watch their showdown in Dallas.
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What QBs are absolutely better than Cousins? List isn't long
While Kirk Cousins' contract situation will unfold across board rooms and telephone calls in 2018, what Cousins can control right now is on the field. And through 11 games, he's controlling it well. 
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A look at the Redskins' revamped O-line depth chart
The Redskins have had to shuffle their offensive line depth chart constantly over the last five weeks. What does it look like now that things have (hopefully) stabilized?   
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Are Redskins in control of their own destiny? Junkies debate
After getting a crucial win on Thanksgiving night against the Giants, the Junkies debate whether the Redskins can keep the momentum going and if they are still in the mix for the playoffs.
How dangerous are the Cowboys?
Need to Know: The Cowboys have scored in single digits in each of their last three games. How much of a threat do they actually pose to the Redskins?    
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Joe Gibbs talks qualities he loved about Sean Taylor
It's been 10 years since Sean Taylor passed away, and legendary Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs shared what made him such a dynamic player.
Jordan Reed remains sidelined
Redskins injury report: Redskins TE Jordan Reed did not participate in practice on Sunday, not a good sign after missing the last three games.   
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Kirk Cousins talks this season's "My Cause My Cleats"
The NFL is bringing back its "My Cause My Cleats" campaign in Week 13 after it was a huge success last year. Kirk shares what his cause is and why he chose it.
Does Darren McFadden make sense for the Redskins?
The Cowboys released veteran running back Darren McFadden on Sunday, and plenty of folks might draw an immediate connection to a running back needy team like the Redskins. 
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Cousins getting sacked more but he's OK with that
Kirk Cousins has already taken eight more sacks than he did all of last year and the increase is not all because of the injury-battered offensive line.    
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So you're saying there's a chance for the Redskins
Need to Know: The Redskins have a chance to make the playoffs but how much of a chance? Tandler gets out the casino chips and breaks it down.    
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Leftovers from Redskins Thanksgiving game
Need to Know: A last look at the Thanksgiving game including grading Kirk Cousins, the D catching its breath, and the absence of a veteran.    
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Cousins breaks down the terribleness of FedEx Field grass
The Redskins struggle with their home field as the fall turns to winter. It's been happening so long it's become an expected passing of the seasons, like the transition from Halloween to Christmas. 
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Perine was the key to getting the offense going
Need to Know: While Samaje Perine's performance Thanksgiving night was not spectacular, it was steady and exactly what the Redskins offense needed.
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Please cherish this amazing group interview by the Redskins
Group celebrations are super in this NFL season, but after their Thanksgiving win over the Giants Thursday, the Redskins gave a group interview that topped anything you've seen during a game in 2017.
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Redskins didn't say much about their home field on Thursday
FedEx Field became a national joke on Thanksgiving night. Well, not the whole stadium, but the actual field. The turf looked barren and brown, and played a role in a key Kirk Cousins interception.
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The five key plays in the Redskins' win
Need to Know: There wasn't a whole lot of action in the Redskins' win last night but Tandler managed to find five pivotal moments.    
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Sounds of Thursday: Thanksgiving Best of Redskins-Giants
The Redskins hosted their first-ever Thanksgiving night game in Week 12 against the Giants. The game was ugly but a full day of football and food was not. Enjoy.
5 things you should take away from Redskins-Giants
Here are the five necessary takeaways from the Redskins win over the Giants, including thoughts on Crowder's resurgence and Perine's performance.
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This one throw illustrates how Cousins is growing
Kirk Cousins wasn't at his best on Thursday night vs. the Giants. Far from it. But this one throw from the Thanksgiving win really illustrates how he's developed as a QB.
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Insider's Take: Is it time for a Redskins late-season run?
With a win on Thanksgiving against the Giants, the Redskins finally have a chance to put on a lengthy run what with the hardest part of their schedule in the past. Here's JP Finlay's Insider's Take.
Why you should be pretty thrilled by the Redskins' sloppy win
There were moments from Thursday's Redskins-Giants game that made your stomach ache, and not because you ate too much. But you should be thrilled with the win regardless.
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Best Images from Redskins' Thanksgiving Night win
The Redskins feasted on the Giants in the second half of their Week 12 Thanksgiving night game. Here are the best shots from the field and the sideline.
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Swearinger thankful for victory and thankful for opportunity
Two years after watching Thanksgiving football from his couch< D.J. Swearinger explains why Thursday night's victory means so much.
Redskins survive Thanksgiving scare vs. Giants
The Redskins survived a Thanksgiving night scare from the Giants at FedEx Field. Here is what you need to know about the 20-10 win in Week 12.
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'Skins-Giants: The ups and downs of the win
It was an uneven performance from the Redskins on Thanksgiving night, but a win's a win. Here are the biggest ups and downs from tonight's 20-10 victory. 
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Field conditions play into Cousins' INT
Video of Kirk Cousins' interception showed that the field played a not insignificant part. 
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New Redskins player makes goofy punt gaffe
The Redskins-Giants Thanksgiving game had a rather memorable punt gaffe by one of the Redskins' recently activated players.
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Live Updates From 'Skins-Giants
Follow along all night as we update you with scores, stats, and analysis from tonight's matchup. 
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'Lil Ben McAdoo' just won Thanksgiving
Halloween was last month, but we definitely approve of this kid ressing up like Ben McAdoo for the Thanksgiving game between the Redskins and Giants
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Williams headlines Redskins inactive list
The Redskins released their weekly inactive list for tonight's matchup. See the whole list right here. 
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DJ Swearinger sits down with JP Finlay
The dynamic safety opens up about becoming a leader and finding a home with the Redskins. Playing on Thanksgiving means that much more, when two years ago he was sitting on his couch at home.
Final thoughts on Redskins vs. Giants—Beware of Eli
Need to Know: Final thoughts on Redskins vs. Giants including the need to beware of Eli Manning despite a 2-8 record.
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Everybody thinks the grounding call was wrong, except Aikman
Jay Gruden, Kirk Cousins, the NFL and everybody else all think the refs made a bad call on a late intentional grounding flag against the Redskins in New Orleans. Everybody except Troy Aikman. 
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Fantasy Football -- Thanksgiving Day plan
Ben Standig examines the starts and potential pickups among Thursday's three games including the Cowboys hosting Philip Rivers and the Chargers.
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Here's your Redskins Week 12 rooting guide
Washington has to win out to have a chance at the playoffs, but other teams will still likely have to lose to make that happen.
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The recipe the Redskins should follow to beat the Giants
Rich Tandler lays out a four-step recipe the Redskins should follow to beat the Giants on Thanksgiving
7 or 8 players will be game-time decisions for Redskins
After putting four offensive starters on injured reserve this week, the Redskins are still facing some major issues going into the game tomorrow night.
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Fantasy Football -- Week 12 rankings
Samaje Perine or Alfred Morris? Evan Engram or Vernon Davis? Jared Goff, Philip Rivers or Derek Carr?
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Who will return to Redskins from IR in 2018?
The Redskins put four players on injured reserve yesterday. Three of them are pending free agents. Who will stay and who will go?  
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Junkies: 'Skins remaining schedule set up perfectly for wins
The Redskins' roster is filled with injuries, but the Junkies feel that if they can get on a roll with a win Thursday, their still in the race for the playoffs.
Crowder among five under pressure vs. Giants
Need to Know: A reeling defense and injuries on offense have shifted the pressure points as the Redskins take on the Giants.     
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Best Black Friday gift ideas for the Redskins fan in your life
Black Friday is almost here, and on top of the TVs, phones and other typical gifts you're going to buy on the holiday, you would be wise to pick up these 10 Redskins-related items.
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Redskins Talk Podcast: The Joe Gibbs Interview
The legendary Joe Gibbs joins JP Finlay for this edition of Redskins Talk. Gibbs and Finlay cover everything from Cousins' future with the team to memories of Sean Taylor. You don't want to miss this!
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Redskins players list their top Thanksgiving foods
Football and Thanksgiving food are perfect for each other. Before the Redskins face the Giants on Thanksgiving night, Josh Norman, A.J. Francis, and Jamison Crowder ltalk about their favorite Thanksgiving...
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Insider's Take: What to make of Pryor's disappointing season
With Terrelle Pryor headed for season-ending surgery, JP Finlay explains why things just never worked out for the athletic specimen.
The next man up at center has been with the team for about four weeks
The Redskins' offensive line continues to be hammered with injuries. The latest hit is at center, where the starter will be the third string guy who has been around for less than a month. 
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Mistaking your Cousins
A newspaper accidently identified DeMarcus Cousins as Kirk Cousins. Of all people on the Internet, Kirk Cousins was the first one to find it.
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Opposite ends but loss of Thompson, Pryor tell Redskins story in 2017
The 2017 season will be remembered by many as a year where injuries buried the Redskins chances. Losing Chris Thompson, and Terrelle Pryor, tell that story, but in very different ways. 
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Eagle: Teams are 'salivating' with a chance to get Cousins
Cousins is on track to having a record season, and play-by-play announcer Ian Eagle feels Cousins is earning respect at a national level.
Theismann praises Cousins' play in 2017
It's been an inconsistent season for Kirk Cousins and the Redskins, but one person who hasn't lost sight of Cousins' grit is legendary Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann.
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Joe Theismann: 'It's not the same ol' 'Skins'
Legendary Redskins QB Joe Theismann joined the Junkies Tuesday morning to discuss the Redskins' season thus far and what needs to be done in the offseason.
From one QB to another; Joe Theismann praises Kirk Cousins
Legendary Redskins QB Joe Theismann had high praises for how Kirk Cousins played against the Saints and even labeled him a top five QB in the league.
The Redskins' late-half problems quantified
Need to Know: We all know the Redskins have not been good near the end of each half. But you will be surprised to learn just how bad they have been.    
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NFC is pummeling AFC in power rankings
The NFL's playoff picture is far from set through 11 weeks. But one thing is clear: The NFC is in a different class than the AFC.
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Redskins vs. Giants on Thanksgiving: How to watch
The Redskins and Giants celebrate Thanksgiving together thanks to a Thursday night showdown on Nov. 23. Here's all the info on how to watch.
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Sounds of Sunday: Big heartbreak in the Big Easy
Here are the best moments from Week 11 of the 2017 season for the Redskins against the New Orleans Saints
Terrelle Pryor's bad year ends in disappointing fashion
An ankle injury has ended Terrelle Pryor's first season with the Redskins after just nine games. The receiver's career with the Redskins is likely finished, too.
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NFL apology nothing but hollow words for Kirk Cousins
NFL officials contacted the Redskins to say a critical intentional grounding call was wrong at the end of the brutal loss in New Orleans. That means nothing, and Kirk Cousins knows it. 
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NFL admits to getting costly intentional grounding call wrong
Kirk Cousins got a late intentional grounding call against the Saints and according to a report, the league admitted they got the call wrong.
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Junkies: You have to win that one yard battle somehow
Sunday's loss to the Saints was a tough pill to swallow, so the Junkies decided to play the blame game.
Five Key plays in Redskins vs. Saints
Need to Know: The five key plays from Redskins vs. Saints include a pair of fourth-down gambles and a false start on a field goal try.
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Cameron Jordan celebrates after a sack against the Washington Redskins during overtime
Final six minutes were brutal for Skins
All the momentum was on the Redskins side. A 15 point lead, Drew Brees and their offense reeling, yet the final six minutes was all Saints. 
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Stop talking about Jay Gruden's job
Jay Gruden and the Redskins choked away a terrific opportunity for a much needed in on Sunday. They collapsed. Gruden deserves plenty of blame for the loss, but, stop talking about his future.
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5 takeaways from the Redskins' painful loss in New Orleans
There were multiple reasons to think the Redskins were going to pull out an improbable win late in the fourth, but multiple things contributed to the loss. 
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Cousins explains the intentional grounding mistake
Of all the mistakes the Redskins made in New Orleans, their late intentional grounding had to have been the worst. Here's what happened on that major error.
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Junior Galette puts all the blame for Saints loss on defense
Junior Galette knows a lot about the Saints, so who better to discuss the gut-wrenching loss than Galette, who is placing all the blame on he and his defensive teammates.
Kirk Cousins explains the intentional grounding play call
Late in the fourth quarter with the Redskins driving, Kirk Cousins threw a ball to no one with a huge miscommunication with Jamison Crowder. It resulted in a penalty and may have cost the Redskins the game.
The Redskins' loss literally defied the odds
If it feels like the Redskins' loss vs. the Saints on Sunday defied the odds, well, that's because it actually defied the odds.
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Gruden tries to find the words to explain loss to Saints
Jay Gruden, like Redskins fans everywhere, couldn't believe that the Saints won in Week 11. The Redskins head coach spoke with NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay after the confounding road loss.
Redskins blow major chance in embarrassing OT loss
The Redskins were staring a win against the red-hot Saints right in the face. And then the final drive of the game happened. Then overtime happened. 
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Everyone was devastated by Thompson's leg injury
The Redskins have suffered a host of injuries in 2017. But the one that forced Chris Thompson to leave the Superdome's field on a cart hurt the most, by far — and it affected everyone.
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Redskins' Thompson carted off, season in jeopardy
Chris Thompson's the Redskins' leader in total yards, had to be carted off the field on Sunday after suffering a gruesome injury.
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Redskins vs. Saints Inactives list
It's both good news and bad news for the Redskins start-sit list for Week 11 vs the Saints
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Key for the Redskins—No mistakes
Need to Know: Final thoughts on Redskins vs. Saints—Will they run enough, make zero mistakes, and get No. 25 involved?    
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Checking In: JP Finlay takes on New Orleans
Redskins Insider JP Finlay checks in from New Orleans, where he tries some local cuisine and sees some sights.