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Washington brass at odds on RG III

High-ranking Washington front office officials and coaches want to move on from quarterback Robert Griffin III, but are meeting resistance from team ownership, according to sources. QB on the trade block?

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2hDianna Russini and Adam Schefter

Sources: Redskins had trade talks on RG III

High-ranking Washington Redskins front-office officials and coaches want to part ways with quarterback Robert Griffin III, but are meeting resistance from team ownership, according to sources.

Reed a positive for Washington

Jordan Reed didn't produce eye-popping numbers Saturday night against the Ravens. But just seeing him on the field showing how he can help the Redskins' offense was a positive for Washington. Sunday team previews

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Nothing like a little family time. ICYMI: Steve Smith Sr. headed to the stands after getting ejected from the Ravens vs. Redskins preseason game last night. (via @peytondsmith/Twitter)

Gruden on RG III: Nothing to see here

RG III was cleared to play vs. the Ravens on Saturday night, until he wasn't, leaving the Washington QB situation up in the air. "We have to find out how Robert is," Gruden said. "[Griffin] has to go through the protocol and get retested. We'll see how he's doing then and make our decision. ... I'm not going to announce anything [tonight], and there is no controversy." Confusion

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Gruden on RG III: 'This all happened abruptly' (0:33)
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18hJohn Keim

Gruden admits RG III confusion, defends team

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he was left like everyone else -- scratching his head over how Robert Griffin III went from being cleared one day to out the next with concussion symptoms.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore on Redskins' trash talking: "It's like a mosquito. They just keep flying around and you just keep smacking them."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh on whether he said something to Redskins after scrum: "No, I didn't say anything that I remember to anybody. Something was said to me, but that doesn't bother me, what gets said to me out there."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh offered no opinion on the ejections. He was pleased that no punches were thrown. "But just walk back to the huddle."

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Scuffle ensues in Redskins' win (0:57)

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

No surprise that referee Terry McAulay penalized 5 players and ejected 2 for a routine fight in Ravens-Redskins. Fighting a big point of emphasis NFL. Ejections will become norm.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said "we're all as confused as you are" about how quarterback Robert Griffin III went from being cleared to not being cleared in less than a 24-hour span.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said they will check on Robert Griffin III's status later in the week before making a determination on who will start the season opener at quarterback. Griffin would have started Saturday had he been cleared after an apparent concussion.

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