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Tight ends will run the receiving show in Redskins vs. Patriots

The NFL is flooded with talented wide receivers these days. On just about every roster, there's either a solid No. 1 option or a young, up-and-coming star from one of the deep receiving draft classes of recent years. But for one game, at least, they'll take a back seat.

Redskins DL Terrance Knighton out with migraine

LOUDOUN COUNTY Washington nose tackle Terrance Knighton is sidelined because of a migraine and will miss the game against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Knighton was listed as out on the injury report Saturday and didn't travel with the team. On Monday, coach Jay Gruden said Knighton missed practice "for personal reasons."

Gruden won't make radical changes when Redskins face the Patriots

ASHBURN For the Redskins to upset Tom Brady and the undefeated Patriots on Sunday, defensive coordinator Joe Barry said his players need to focus on themselves as much as their opponent. "It's about us. It's getting the call, getting lined up and going and making a play," Barry said Thursday. "That's what they rely on is you screwing up. And that's what we can't do."

Redskins face ultimate test in unbeaten Patriots

The Redskins must have their best week of preparation as they gear up for the undefeated New England Patriots, coach Jay Gruden said. Double-digit underdogs, the Redskins will face a Patriots team that has lost only four regular-season home games since 2010. Meanwhile, Washington hasn't won a road game this season.

Redskins: U.S. has approved many "offensive" trademarks

RICHMOND As the Washington Redskins defend their federal trademark registration, they argue in court papers that the government has registered plenty of companies with offensive names. Among the names cited by the NFL team: Take Yo Panties Off and Dago Swagg clothing, Midget Man condoms and inflatable sex dolls and Baked By A Negro bakery products.

Trade deadline highlights Griffin's uncomfortable position in Washington

ASHBURN It wasn't just NFL owners, coaches and general managers who coveted Robert Griffin III heading into the 2012 NFL draft.

Offensive report | Redskins finish first half of season

THE WASHINGTON REDSKINS on Tuesday morning held their final practice of the week before players scattered to their offseason homes or vacation destinations. For the rest of this week, they will savor Sunday's win over the Bucs, heal from various bumps and bruises and then begin to program their minds for a Nov. 8 meeting with the New England Patriots.

Redskins would love to get consistency from QB Kirk Cousins

ASHBURN If Kirk Cousins throws an interception in a game, he throws a second, and the Washington Redskins lose. If Cousins plays a pick-free game, the Redskins win. It really is that simple so far this season.

Washington's historic comeback helps calm the code red chaos building for Redskins

ASHBURN The day after the Redskins pulled off the biggest comeback in team history, clawing back from a 24-point first-half deficit that had fans jeering and heckling, coach Jay Gruden was asked if he had reflected on how things would be different had the rally failed.

Cousins rallies Redskins to 31-30 win over Tampa Bay

LANDOVER, Md. Having called this game a "Code Red" the previous week, Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden had no place to go in the lexicon of dire warnings Sunday at Fed Ex Field, where his team fell behind by 24 points in a miserable first half against Tampa Bay. So he went for volume, erupting in a closed-door tongue-lashing at halftime.

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