The Washington Redskins on Wednesday wrapped up their fifth practice session of the offseason. They will continue the work on Thursday, get a few days off and then return to action next Tuesday for another week of voluntary practices.
Tackle Trent Williams revealed that the left ankle he injured in the season finale has yet to completely heal. As a result, he has yet to take part in any of the offseason practice sessions.
Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry says cornerback DeAngelo Hall is ‘progressing great,’ but offers no timetable on return from Achilles' injury.
Here’s a glimpse of Robert Griffin III, DeSean Jackson and Terrance Knighton in action.
New nose tackle isn't just a large body for the Redskins defense. But he's definitely a large body.
The safety grew up idolizing the late Redskins star.
Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson made no apologies for missing the first week of voluntary offseason practices, and now, with two sessions under his belt, said on Wednesday that he is happy to have reunited with his teammates and looks forward to laying the foundation for an improved season.
The coach and new defensive coordinator speak with reporters after today's practice session. Here's your link and spot to talk with fans.
The Redskins are back on the field, and Wednesday's practice session is open to reporters. Here are some of the things we'll be looking at.
The Washington Redskins have brought in a familiar face, signing offensive tackle Willie Smith to a contract Tuesday afternoon.
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As Washington begins its second round of offseason practices, readers want to know how much the star wide receiver's absence mattered, how the quarterback looked and what we can glean from non-contact workouts anyway.
What worked and didn't work, and what we can learn from Washington's game in Philadelphia last season.