Redskins offseason program dates set

Quarterbacks practicing. (Steve Helber/Associated Press)

Quarterbacks practicing. (Steve Helber/Associated Press)

The NFL on Thursday released the dates for its teams’ offseason programs.

The Redskins begin workouts on Monday and then at the end of the month will hold the first of practice sessions.

The first two weeks of workouts consist only of conditioning and strength training, according to league rules. Two weeks later they are permitted to begin individual on-field instruction and drills.

The team’s first voluntary minicamp will take place April 29 through May 1.

Jay Gruden and his players will then will hold three practice sessions on May 27  through 29, June 2 to 4 and June 9 to 12.

The team will hold its mandatory minicamp June 17 to 19. That session will conclude the offseason program and all on-field action until training camp, which begins in late July.

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