Improved tackling has ranked among the chief emphasis areas on defense since the Redskins reported for training camp, and defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said he has started to see the payoff.
The Redskins for a second straight day went through practice with a crew of official.
As he evaluated the play of the Washington Redskins’ defense during the 2013 season, incoming coach Jay Gruden saw a lot of deficiencies and shortcomings.
With 10 NFL seasons under his belt, DeAngelo Hall knows that he’s closer to the end of his career than the start of it. But he fully believes that he still ranks among the best cornerbacks in the league.
We’re now just one day away from the Redskins’ training camp report date, and today we take a look at the defense, and the most pressing aspects to keep an eye on over the course of the next 20 days in Richmond.
Finally given the freedom to run the defense his way, Washington's defensive coordinator is happy with the players he's been given to do the job.
While the Redskins are keeping the 3-4 defense, changing principles means they can cut their defensive linemen loose to let them attack.
Coach says Washington's defensive coordinator is experimenting with a variety of blitz packages.
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.
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett expressed optimism about the direction of the franchise and its ability to quickly rebound.