Redskins mailbag: Second-year players to watch, why Jay Gruden was hired and the offseason schedule

The Redskins’ offseason continues to roll along. We’re still roughly two months away from training camp, but there’s plenty of action going on with today’s start of the offseason practices.

Five story lines to follow as the Redskins begin their offseason practices

The Redskins kick off the next phase of their offseason program, hitting the field for their first practice sessions.

Rookie wide receiver Jamison Crowder eager to learn, contribute

Standing just 5 feet 8 and weighing 185 pounds, it might seem easy for Jamison Crowder to get lost out on a football field. But that's not the case.



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