Things kicked up another notch at Redskins training camp a day after a low-key practice on Wednesday. Today, the shoulder pads were back on, so that meant more contact, and more of a spirited atmosphere.
With roster spots precious, second-string guards Josh LeRibeus and Spencer Long, third-round picks in 2012 and 2014, must show they can play either side.
As he and his players work to develop an identity on offense, Jay Gruden has stressed that diversity will be key for Washington’s success.
Redskins running back tutors young teammates on the art of protecting the quarterback.
Wide receiver Pierre Garcon remained restricted in his activities because of a sore hamstring on Thursday.
As they watched their priority offensive line free agent signing of the year participate in offseason practices, Jay Gruden and his assistants had real concerns.
Preseason drills will take a back seat to live action in spirited battles third-down running back, second string offensive line and wide receiver.
The Redskins have waived injured cornerback Courtney Bridget Jr., who will need shoulder surgery, coach Jay Gruden said.
After the fireworks from Monday’s full-pad practice, it was hard for the players to recapture that type of intensity. But they all said it felt good to get back to work, and they liked what they got accomplished.
During a portion of the 11-on-11 action in Wednesday’s practice, 2012 Robert Griffin III resurfaced.