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No suspension for Redskins rookie (2:02)

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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3hJohn Keim

NFL won't suspend Redskins' Crowder after probe

Redskins rookie receiver Jamison Crowder will not be suspended over allegations that surfaced in June regarding possible domestic violence, an NFL spokesman confirmed.

Van Pelt: Past three days for Redskins novel-worthy (1:03)
Greenberg regrets not sticking up for female colleagues (1:21)
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Van Pelt on Robert Griffin III's decline, CFP

ESPN's Scott Van Pelt looks ahead to his new midnight SportsCenter, delves into Robert Griffin III's decline and predicts which four teams will reach the College Football Playoff.

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Schlereth on Broncos' signing of Evan Mathis

ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth gives his takes on Robert Griffin III's accountability for mistakes, the outlook for the Eagles and the Broncos' signing of Evan Mathis.

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Wife of Redskins GM apologizes to ESPN reporter

The wife of the Washington Redskins' general manager publicly apologized to ESPN's Dianna Russini on Wednesday evening for posting vulgar tweets directed at Russini.

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Garcon: RG III great 'on any team he goes to'

Redskins WR Pierre Garcon told Sirius XM NFL Radio: "He definitely can be a great player in this league. But Robert [Griffin III] has been a great player himself, already. So he'll definitely be a great player on any team that he goes to and help them out."


Footbball Today: Lewis, RGIII, Camp battles

Robert Flores and Matt Williamson share their thoughts on Keenan Lewis' injury and the future of Robert Griffin III. Plus, Adam Caplan dishes on key position battles from training camp and more.

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23hJohn Keim

Griffin gets standing ovation at Redskins event

Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, who entered a team luncheon with new starter Kirk Cousins, was later given a 15-second standing ovation when he had the stage to himself.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson to teammates at the Welcome Home Luncheon during his 2014 offensive player of the year speech: 'I don't know how I deal with y'all but I do it. I don't know how y'all deal with me but we do it." He also thanked coach Jay Gruden and said, "I don't know how I deal with him but I do it."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III receives the team's military service award -- and a standing ovation by fans and teammates. "In the military the one thing you have is your word and I gave my word to my teammates and the military that I will be there for them," Griffin told the crowd.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

In what could be his final public appearance as a Redskins player, quarterback Robert Griffin III was introduced at the team's Welcome Home Luncheon. He and the quarterbacks received good applause as did the other two, new starter Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy.

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Washington fans' last chance to see RG III?

The Redskins' annual Welcome Home Luncheon could be Robert Griffin III's final appearance for the team. It'll be interesting to see how fans treat him. Wednesday NFL storylines

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Polian: RG III doesn't fit West Coast offense

ESPN NFL analyst Bill Polian shares his thoughts on the value of first-round draft picks, why it didn't work out for Robert Griffin III in Washington and why another team should take a chance on him.

Polian: RG III doesn't fit West Coast offense (1:04)
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1dJohn Keim

Redskins' Griffin keeps faith amid job turmoil

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III lost his starting job this past week and might lose a roster spot later in the week. What he hasn't lost is his faith.

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