"That was all him," left tackle says, after quarterback marches offense 80 yards in two-minute drill.
Day 5 of training camp featured another scorcher for the Redskins, who practiced in full pads and under conditions that included a field temperature of 108 degrees.
Already down two cornerbacks, the Redskins saw yet another member of the unit suffer an injury on Monday.
Hall suggests that Jay Gruden may have embellished the tale.
GM Scot McCloughan pursued winners in free agency and started a desperately needed culture change.
Probable starters Spencer Long and Brandon Scherff are built for the job, but there’s a lot to learn, from Bill Callahan and others.
Rookie suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder and is expected to miss the season; Meantime, RB Matt Jones deals with a minor injury.
New offensive line coach Bill Callahan said he is still sorting out the offensive line depth chart.
Frustrated by erratic quarterback play last season, Redskins wide receiver says quarterback is throwing with better anticipation, timing in camp.
The running back has impressed with his legs over his first three seasons, but his hands have been a weakness.
In signing Junior Galette, Redskins GM Scot McCloughan stakes reputation on a second defensive player with checkered past.
The Redskins safety has worked out with Jay Glazer for three years.
A number of veterans got the day off, giving backups a chance to play with the first unit, and the offense got more work in the red zone.