Redskins coach was happy to get the full-pads work in and see some of his players tackle for the first time, but wants to avoid injuries.
Washington cut its fifth-round pick from last year because two other young outside linebackers have looked good in training camp on defense and special teams.
Jay Gruden explains his philosophy on practicing in pads so early in training camp.
Soon after the Redskins introduced Jay Gruden as head coach of the Washington Redskins, fullback Darrel Young did his research to find out how the coach used fullbacks during his time as offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals.
It didn't take long for Barry Cofield to come up with a list of differences when asked to compare training camp under new coach Jay Gruden and Washington's training camp last year under Mike Shanahan.
Gruden on Griffin: "Physical condition is not an issue. Mental condition, we feel is excellent."
First-year NFL coach hopes every player returns with 'chip on shoulder' and zeal to compete as Redskins try to rebound from 3-13 season
Mike Jones answers readers' questions in his final pre-training camp mailbag, discussing Jay Gruden’s previous successes, wide receivers, trick plays and waiver procedures.
As the Redskins' first day of training camp approaches, Mike Jones goes over key areas to monitor on offense.
If the way the Redskins new coach used Jermaine Gresham in Cincinnati is any indication, Jordan Reed will line up in different spots, and affect the defense even when he isn't catching the ball.