Daily Slop: Adrian Peterson feels strong after debut; Redskins add QB Connor Jessop with McCoy hurting Growing trend or potential problem: Making sense of the Redskins preseason playing patterns | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins appear to be in a chicken or egg situation when it comes to playing their starters in the preseason. Does the team need the reps Womens Bryce Love Jersey , or the safety of the bench?Need to Know: Redskins' Gruden values injury avoidance over prep time for starters | NBC Sports WashingtonNeed to Know: Jay Gruden made a decision to err on the side of player safety when deciding how much the Redskins starters would play in the preseason.Need to Know: The Redskins week that was—Cam Sims is a disrupter, reasons for optimism | NBC Sports WashingtonNeed to Know: The Redskins week that was looks at a receiver who has forced himself into the roster conversation and some reasons to like the 2018 Redskins.Washington Redskins 53-man roster projection, version 3.0 | NBC Sports WashingtonTime is running short for players on the bubble to make a final push to get a spot on the 53-man roster. Who will make it and who will fall short?Adrian Peterson feels strong after Redskins debut: ‘I could have had another 15 carries.’ - The Washington PostThe veteran running back says his body held up well after Friday's game and he was happy with his performance after watching it on tape.Redskins Continuing To See Improvements And Cohesiveness Build Along Defensive LineAnthony Lanier II picked up his first sack of the preseason against the Broncos on Friday, showing more of the defensive line's depth as the young unit continues to make its presence felt.Redskins add quarterback Connor Jessop with Colt McCoy hurting - Washington TimesThe Redskins signed quarterback Connor Jessop on Sunday as backup Colt McCoy is dealing with a thumb injury.3-and-out: Redskins-Broncos post game quick hits | 106.7 The FanShort version: this roster is far from finished, even if 85-90 percent of it is finished.After one hit ended his Redskins career, Kyshoen Jarrett coaches with hopes of a comeback - The Washington PostA vicious collision left the former defensive back with nerve damage in his neck that affected the ability to feel in his right arm.Why Redskins fans should stay calm after that disappointing Broncos game | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins looked out of sync in all phases vs. the Broncos, but that doesn't mean fans should start abandoning the season already.Need to Know: Redskins stock up, stock down after the Broncos game | NBC Sports WashingtonNeed to Know: The Redskins did not look good against the Broncos last night and we'll examine some players who did not look good. Also, who saw their stock rise last night.Like the Redskins, other NFL teams are pulling their QBs early in the preseason | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins played Alex Smith sparingly during the preseason, going with a trend that may be taking hold in the NFL as teams opt to keep their signal callers safe on the sideline in the games that don't count.Redskins rookie report after 3rd preseason game | Fanspeak.com Of all the rookies, Shaun Dion Hamilton probably had the best third preseason game with 6 combined tackles and once again showing good instincts. Hamilton has shown a lot of progress so far in his first camp and definitely has the potential to be a long term starter. Fantasy Football Draft Simulator | Fanspeak.com Get ready for your fantasy football drafts! 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Jay Gruden likes Samaje Perine, and for the past two seasons, the coach has made sure to have a roster spot for the running back.Waive LB DeMarquis GatesThe team made a roster move on Tuesday, signing defensive back Ashton Lampkin.What Landon Collins’ absence tells us about the bigger picture of the Redskins’ defense | NBC Sports WashingtonThe ex-Giant skipped Tuesday's OTA at Redskins Park. No big deal, but his absence served as a reminder of the questions remaining with the other safety slots.PHOTOS: 2019 OTAs Day 8Take a look at photos from the eighth day of OTA practices for the 2019 Washington Redskins.Jon Gruden fires back at younger brother Jay for 'Hard Knocks' comments | 106.7 The FanThere's nothing funnier than two NFL head coaches (who happen to be brothers) repeatedly trying to pawn "Hard Knocks" responsibilities onto each other. This time around, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden takes a swipe at his younger brother, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden.Joe Gibbs Talks Redskins, Racing & More on Dale Earnhardt Jr's PodcastOakland Raiders, not Redskins picked for this season of 'Hard Knocks' | NBC Sports WashingtonHBO has selected the Oakland Raiders for this season of Hard Knocks, despite the Washington Redskins being one of the final five teams in consideration.