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Coach’s Turn: Mike Shanahan At The Mic

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 13, 2013 – 1:59 pm

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For the last time before his team heads north for Green Bay, Washington Redskins head coach talked to the media.

Shanahan, who’s determined to get the first win of the season by spoiling the Packers homecoming game, opened with an injury update on Brandon Meriweather and stating that record-setting kicker Kai Forbath is questionable with a groin injury. He also said they have a contingency plan in place if Forbath is unable to lace up his right kicking cleat this weekend.

Here’s more from his Friday press conference:

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Don’t Think Redskins Will Let It Run By

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 13, 2013 – 1:11 pm

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While there has been much said about the Green Bay Packers passing attack led by former Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers, their rushing attack isn’t keeping its wheel locked in the shop with snow tires on in preparation for another frigid Wisconsin winter.

Sure there might be questions about their collective productivity after a quick peruse through last week’s box score, but one game (also applicable to the Redskins) doesn’t make a season.

Regardless, there’s a very interesting stat involving the Washington Redskins and the Green Bay Packers rushing attack.

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Storylines The Packers Are Following

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 13, 2013 – 11:00 am

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On Sunday, the Washington Redskins will travel to Lambeau Field for the first time since 2007 to take on the Green Bay Packers.

Like the Redskins, the Packers were narrowly defeated in the first week of the season, losing to the San Francisco 49ers 34-28 after traveling over 2,000 miles to get to Candlestick Park. The Redskins suffered their first home defeat since Week 9 of the 2012 season, losing to the Eagles 33-27. Now, it’s the Redskins turn to take a trip to the airport and don visiting white.

Regardless of team records, anytime the Redskins and Packers play each other, the intensity around the matchup is magnified by the history behind the two franchises. Combined, the Packers and Redskins have won seven Super Bowls and are two of the five winningest franchises in NFL history. While the Redskins desired concept of building a Super Bowl contending team was through free agency in the early and mid-2000’s, head coach Mike Shanahan admitted at his press conference yesterday that his preferred tool is through the draft—similar to how the Packers operate.

Anyway, with a little over 48 hours until the second game of the season here are some storylines that the media is following:

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Video: Fred Davis Google+ Hangout

Posted by Stephen Czarda on September 13, 2013 – 9:25 am

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In his short time in the NFL, Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis has smushed 15 years of stories into a six-year career.

He’s worked with a legend in Chris Cooley before taking over the assignment of being the No. 1 tight end, became the security blanket for one of the NFL’s most anticipated players in history in Robert Griffin III and even had to deal with a season-ending injury last season, derailing a season destined to set career-highs.

Now he can add Google+ Hangout pro to his resume.

A few very lucky Redskins fans had the opportunity to ask Davis a few questions yesterday as part of the team’s Hangout Series. Here is what they asked:

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