The Redskins safety has worked out with Jay Glazer for three years.

Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan insists team thoroughly vetted character of former Saints LB Junior Galette; says signing was ‘my call.’

The arrival of new offensive coach Bill Callahan, and an ability to re-learn the center position, of all things, now has LeRibeus in serious contention to make the 53-man roster as a valuable member of his unit.

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2015 Redskins Training Camp

Washington holds camp in Richmond for the third straight year.

Small rookie producing big in camp

Diminutive Redskins rookie wide receiver and punt returner Jamison Crowder is opening eyes by making big plays.

New season, new Gruden

The Redskins’ head coach has a more vanilla public persona in Year 2, but what matters is whether he can teach his players.

Coaches see journeyman defensive back as the ideal candidate to step in for Breeland because of the complexity of the nickelback position, and Rogers' mental and physical tools.

Saturday marked the first day of padded practices, and that also happened to be the hottest day yet. The field temperature was 108 degrees. The players still had a pretty spirited practice nonetheless.

With Bashaud Breeland sidelined with a strained medial collateral ligament in his right knee, the Redskins brought in another cornerback for depth purposes, signing Texas A&M product Deshazor Everett on Saturday.

Cornerback Bashaud Breeland says that he accepts the punishment that the league gave him on Friday for the citation for simple possession of marijuana, which is a misdemeanor, that he received at the end of the 2014 training camp.

Drafted for punt-return savvy, Jamison Crowder flashing sure-handed receiving skill in camp

As the players continue to familiarize themselves with new defensive coordinator Joe Barry’s system, they have found his main points of emphasis clear.

There was nothing mundane about Day 2 of Redskins training camp. From suspension and injury for Bashaud Breeland, to the signing of Junior Galette, to the usual on-field action, the Redskins had it all.

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