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RG III gets put to the test, again

Robert Griffin III will be tested by an independent neurologist Friday. If Griffin is cleared of a concussion, how much would it cost Washington to cut their quarterback? Friday team previews

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RG III a fantasy football bargain?

Not starting Week 1 makes Robert Griffin III an unappealing fantasy player at the moment. However, if he can get on the field, his legs give him fantasy value. Best bargains (Insider)

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Likely destinations for Robert Griffin III

RG III's standing in Washington is tenuous at best right now, so ESPN's NFL Nation reporters rated which teams would have the most interest in the QB. Wait ... Giants + Eagles?

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Redskins do away with will-call fee

Season ticket holders won't have to pay a $50 "envelope fee" for will-call privileges that was erroneously posted on the team's website. However, the team did discontinue will-call privileges for those who don't hold season tickets. Ticket confusion

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Colt McCoy tosses touchdown in loss (0:42)

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Redskins receiver Rashad Ross having a strong night with seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown in the first half. Ross is on the bubble for making the final roster. At best he'd be the Redskins sixth receiver. But he's been their best weapon Thursday night.

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Berry takes a leap of faith in fantasy

In his annual "bold predictions" column, ESPN's fantasy analyst Matthew Berry makes some gutsy guesses for the 2015 season. Could Matt Jones really surpass Alfred Morris? Who is this guy?

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How could Trent Williams be left out?

The Washington O-lineman is one of the most dominant left tackles in the game. So how was he possibly left off the list of top-10 offensive linemen in the NFL? Top-10 debate (Insider)

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Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will undergo his neurological test Friday, according to multiple team sources. Griffin suffered an apparent concussion two weeks ago and did not play in Saturday's game at Baltimore. Griffin's future in Washington is in doubt. If he passes the test there's a chance he will be released after having lost his starting job earlier this week.

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Best of M&M: Kershaw, Serena, Redskins

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic weigh in on another dominant outing by Clayton Kershaw, Serena Williams' performance at the U.S. Open and more news out of Washington. Plus, Jayson Stark plays trivia with the guys.

How many wideouts will washington keep?

The Redskins essentially have five locks for wide receivers on their roster. Outside of those locks, can any of the receivers on the roster bubble make the Redskins? Thursday team previews

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