Washington cut its fifth-round pick from last year because two other young outside linebackers have looked good in training camp on defense and special teams.
With three Pro Bowls between them, Redskins safeties Ryan Clark and Brandon Meriweather are determined to play with ‘reckless abandon.’
The Redskins announced that they have waived outside linebacker Brandon Jenkins a year after drafting him in the fifth round out of Florida State.
Keenan Robinson lost his second NFL season to injury, but devoted the time to learning the playbook and tuning his mental game.
Sunday’s practice represented another waterlogged day for the Redskins. At one point, the morning session was in danger of being moved inside as lightning was spotted roughly 45 minutes before practice.
Nose tackle Barry Cofield has practiced without limitation, and three days into training camp said that he feels great following his real football action since last season.
Jay Gruden explains his philosophy on practicing in pads so early in training camp.
Soon after the Redskins introduced Jay Gruden as head coach of the Washington Redskins, fullback Darrel Young did his research to find out how the coach used fullbacks during his time as offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals.
It didn't take long for Barry Cofield to come up with a list of differences when asked to compare training camp under new coach Jay Gruden and Washington's training camp last year under Mike Shanahan.
Saturday was Day 3 of training camp for the Redskins, and the first practice in pads. Mike Jones shares what he saw during a spirited, physical practice.