Trent Williams expects more deep routes in 2014, but believes line is up to the task.
Signing DeSean Jackson and Jason Hatcher gave Washington two Pro Bowl players. But Barry Cofield sees the acquisitions as victories for additional reasons.
Added player gives Washington quite the collection of safeties.
Cleveland, Baltimore and Tampa Bay also on the exhibition schedule
The NFL announced on Wednesday that the Pro Bowl following the 2014 season will take place at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., one week before the Super Bowl will take place at the same location.
But Cofield has confidence in the group’s ability to fulfill those requirements. But he said he and his fellow veterans must do much more than come up with inspiring speeches as they try to replace Fletcher.
Left tackle Trent Williams is taking a wait-and-see approach to how things will play out with the offensive line, but admits he's both excited and curious about its future.
Washington released veteran Sav Rocca in March, and now in Robert Malone and Blake Clingan has two young punters poised to compete.
The Redskins got back to work this week, and things are starting to take shape.
After hearing that and more from his coaches, and after getting the chance to talk to Hatcher, Cofield has high optimism about the kind of impact his new teammate will have.