Redskins Coach Jay Gruden likes way the rookie guard feasts on criticism.
In today’s mailbag, we discuss how the rookies looked on the field, take a long, hard look at Robert Griffin III and the offense, and answer a few other questions.
Having signed five players that took part in this past weekend's rookie minicamp, the Redskins announced corresponding cuts, and an additional free agent signing.
Stills from our first look at Washington's rookies show how big and athletic the new players are.
At 6-2, 231, rookie RB Matt Jones could herald Redskins’ return to power running game
The Redskins invited nearly 40 tryout players to this past weekend's rookie minicamp. They gave contracts to five of them.
The Redskins on Saturday wrapped up their second day of rookie minicamp practices, our first look at many of the new players and coaches.
Gruden: Redskins may take only three quarterbacks to camp, following Connor Halliday’s departure.
With three rookie minicamp sessions in the books, Gruden said, "I think overall, they made a good impression on us.”
As Redskins open rookie minicamp, their fourth QB, undrafted free agent Connor Halliday of Washington State, is no longer on roster.