Dan Snyder: "I'm looking at one game at a time"

There's a new energy at Fed Ex Field this season: The Redskins unveiled a new solar installation Thursday in Landover, the largest of its kind at a professional football stadium.

The announcement comes just days after the team celebrated a larger-than-life win; for the first time in seven straight outings, the Redskins beat the New York Giants last weekend. But Dan Snyder's not dwelling on past celebration.

He declined to discuss the defamation lawsuit he dropped against the Washington City Paper.

"I'm thinking we play the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday," Snyder said. "I'm looking at one game at a time. I appreciate so much, the effort the players and Coach Shanahan have given."

Snyder's not the only one focused on the Cardinals. Running back Tim Hightower will face his former team; a sight Snyder's looking forward to seeing.

"He's from here and it's fun for him and his entire family," Snyder said. "They're all Redskins fans from birth, and the opportunity is a little more special. For me, it's fun to watch him play; he's an exciting player."