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PostPosted: 08 Jan 2020, 04:27 
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GLENDALE , Ariz. — Coach Jay Gruden brings his Washington Redskins across the country in search of his first season-opening win in five tries. The Arizona team he’s facing is a bit of a mystery.The Cardinals have overhauled almost everything in the wake of the retirement of coach Bruce Arians.New coach Steve Wilks, defensive coordinator at Carolina last season, is promising a physical, power-running approach. But Gruden isn’t sure just what to expect when the teams meet Sunday in newly renamed State Farm Stadium.“That’s a great challenge really. There’s a lot of film to look at from their past history as coaches. Obviously, in Carolina and coach (offensive coordinator Mike) McCoy, we’ve got a lot of stuff on tape when he was a coordinator and a head coach,” Gruden said. “It’s just hard to figure out how they’re going to use the personnel that they have and how they’re going to go about putting their X’s and O’s together.”The 125th meeting in the history of the franchises will feature veteran quarterbacks making their debut with a new team, Alex Smith for Washington and Sam Bradford for Arizona.Smith, acquired in a trade with Kansas City, hasn’t lost an opener since 2014, but doesn’t overemphasize the game just because it’s the first one.“Every team wants to start fast, every team wants to go 1-0 this week, but at the same time, I mean realize that, you know it’s football,” Smith said. “Someone’s going to win and someone’s going to lose, it’s not the end of the world. It’s not going to define us.”Bradford is especially eager to get back on the field. He’s coming back from yet another significant left knee injury. He said he feels better than he has in “a long time.”The offense he directs will center around the multi-talented David Johnson , who returns after fracturing his left wrist in the season opener.“I feel good,” said Johnson, who led the NFL in yards from scrimmage and touchdowns two seasons ago, “probably the best I’ve ever felt coming into a season, and I can’t wait to get started.”Here are some things to consider when the Redskins meet the Cardinals:FITZ IS BACK: Arizona’s ageless Larry Fitzgerald returns for his 15th NFL season. He’s caught a pass in 211 consecutive games, second-longest such streak in NFL history. He matched his career high and franchise record with 109 catches last season, second most in the NFL.Fitzgerald needs 390 yards receiving to pass Terrell Owens into No. 2 on the NFL all-time list. He needs 92 catches to move past Tony Gonzalez into second on the career receptions list.PHYSICAL PHILOSOPHY: Wilks has emphasized physical play and toughness in his first offseason and preseason programs, and he believes the team has developed an identity, one that’s far from the big-play Cardinals of recent years.“As much as we emphasize and we talk about the physicality and the effort,” he said, “you’ve seen that throughout the four preseason games, attention to details, those kind of things.”A Cardinals coach hasn’t won his debut game since Larry Wilson did it after Bud Wilkinson was fired 13 games into the 1979.SLOW STARTERS: The Redskins are motivated by those four straight season-opening losses under Gruden.Gruden went over all of those previous losses in recent weeks, added an extra practice or two this year in hopes his team’s fortune changes.“We’re 0-4, so we should do something different — we haven’t won one yet,” Gruden said. “We got to have a better sense of urgency coming out of the first game. We got to start fast and eliminate the turnovers. … We got to clean up the mistakes the first game of the year and be on our assignments and be fundamentally sound.”PETERSON RETURNS: Adrian Peterson went from out of a job for most of training camp to Washington’s starting running back in less than a week. In his first regular-season game since November, Peterson faces the same Cardinals team he spent his last six games with in 2017 , rushing for 448 yards and two touchdowns.Peterson thinks the Redskins’ offensive line will help him more than others in the previous couple of years, including New Orleans at the start of last season and Minnesota in 2016.“Last couple years I really had to kind of force things,” Peterson said. “I have guys in front of me that I can trust, heck of a group, so it’s just being more patient.”ROLL TIDE: The Redskins have five players from Alabama on their active roster, most importantly back-to-back first-round defensive linemen Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne. They’ll rotate plenty with Ziggy Hood, Matt Ioannidis and Tim Settle, but the “Bama Boys” are expected to be the difference on defense for Washington right away. Offensive line is getting some attention"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Draft 2019: Redskins looking at 3 more offensive linemenChuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsThe NFL draft is 10 days away and reports of pre-draft visits/workouts continue to come in. The Redskins have brought in every QB that is projected in the first two days of the draft. They are also ahowing a lot of interest in offensive linemen.The Redskins lost their swing tackle Ty Nsekhe to free agency. Washington drafted Geron Christian in the third round last year, but he was considered a project and was lost fro the year due to an MCL injury. offensive lineman for pre-draft visits, and now there are three more to report.Tytus Howard has been getting a lot of love from the Redskins in the pre-draft process. Howard(6'5", 322 lbs) is expected to be a Day 2 pick, and the Redskins currently have a 2nd, and two 3rd round picks.NFL.com Draft profile:Washington State OT Andre Dillard has also reportedly worked out for the Redskins. Dillard(6'5", 315 lbs) is a projected 1st round pickNFL.com Draft Profile:The Redskins also attended a private workout with Memphis OT Brandon Murphy at his school two weeks ago. Murphy(6'6", 291 lbs) is a a late round prospect the Redskins could bring in.


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