Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins suffered a sprained foot in Monday night's preseason game against the Steelers but the MRI came back negative according to FoxSports.com's Alex Marvez.
That means that Cousins should be ready for the regular-season opener and there's even a chance he returns next week.

The Redskins' 2012 fourth-round pick played well in limited duty as a rookie occasionally spelling franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III whose style of play left him exposed to big hits. Griffin is working his way back from a serious knee injury suffered in a January playoff loss to the Seahawks and the hope is that he too will be ready when the games actually count.

“You know right now [a decision on when I can play] could come up to the Sunday before the game" RG3 told ESPN during the Monday Night Football telecast. "There's no rush. It's just about us all being on the same page. And I already actually talked to [Dr. James Andrews] and we met. He says everything looks good we've just got to keep going from here.”