Trent Williams to undergo MRI on knee

LANDOVER, Md. -- Seen and overheard in the Washington Redskins' locker room after their 45-14 loss to the New York Giants:

  • Left tackle Trent Williams was subdued standing outside the elevators in a lobby area in the bowels of FedEx Field, but he said there was no ligament damage to his right knee. He'll have an MRI Friday. Williams said he thought his kneecap popped out of place but thought it then popped back in. Williams was walking slowly after the game.

  • Ryan Clark was matter-of-fact, standing in the middle of the locker room. "We couldn't have beaten anybody. We wouldn't have beat William & Mary. ... High school team ranked in the top 10, couldn't beat them."

  • The Redskins were picked apart by Eli Manning and their new emphasis on the short passing game. "I've never seen him get rid of the ball so fast," Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo said.