Second-year pro is back after missing his entire rookie season because of a Lisfranc foot injury.
You can’t take a whole lot from these practices, because again, it’s still early, and a lot can and probably will change between now and the end of preseason. But there’s definitely a lot to learn
Safety has not played the past two seasons.
Because of injuries that robbed them of most or all of their rookie seasons, both running back Chris Thompson and safety Phillip Thomas remain mysteries.
Taking questions for an hour, the first-year head coach discussed a wide range of topics from the QB to his staff and everything in between.
With the biggest flurry of free-agency action complete, Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen reviews his team’s moves so far.
The NFL Scouting Combine concludes today, and from here, Redskins officials will continue to plan for their offseason moves with free agency approaching in a couple of weeks, and college Pro Days on the upcoming schedule as well.
Rookie safety Phillip Thomas is now walking without the assistance of crutches and has graduated to a protective boot after having surgery to repair a Lisfranc tear earlier this season.
The Redskins officially placed rookie safety Phillip Thomas and second-year linebacker Keenan Robinson on injured reserve, and announced cuts.
The Redskins' need at safety matches well with a deep draft class at the position.