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Listen here to what Mike Shanahan, Robert Griffin III & many others had to say following the 40-32 week one win in New Orleans.
Robert Griffin III looked anything but inexperienced as the Washington Redskins survived a late scare and ushered in a new era with a 40-32 upset victory over the New Orleans Saints.
Veteran Rex Grossman is inactive for Sunday’s season opener in New Orleans. Should something happen to Robert Griffin III fellow rookie Kirk Cousins will take over.
Known for his fierce tackles and striking fear into the hearts of receivers across the league, Brandon Meriweather will take a seat against an explosive New Orleans offense. In positive news, the team overall is looking very healthy to start the season.
Playing in the Superdome on opening day is a tough pill to swallow for any team in the National Football League. But this year, opening up at New Orleans will be a dog-sized pill to swallow, as the home town seeks revenge.
The Redskins held an open locker room this morning before they practice this afternoon in their new bubble, so they can try and replicate the noise in the Superdome.
Despite having history on their side, the Washington Redskins and Mike Shanahan will open the season as underdogs against the New Orleans Saints.
Jammal Brown has been riddled with nagging hip injuries since coming to Washington via a trade with the Saints. But in a year that is dependent on a more stable offensive line and the new task of protecting a rookie quarterback, Brown has looked to yoga to provide him with a new lease on his body.
Former Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who left the Saints after last season to join the St. Louis Rams, ran the bounty program and has been suspended indefinitely. He did not appeal.
Former Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was suspended indefinitely by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for implementing a “bounty system” during his time with the New Orleans Saints.