When he learned of the hiring of new offensive coach Bill Callahan and the plans to implement more power rushing plays into the Washington Redskins’ offense, Pro Bowl running back Alfred Morris liked what he heard.
Expensive veteran players let go one day after offseason practices begin in earnest.
Jason Hatcher’s first year in Washington was disappointing, but the freedom afforded him under new coordinator Joe Barry and his new linemates have him excited for 2015.
The Redskins on Tuesday held their first offseason practice session, and among the things it revealed were the rotations at cornerback and defensive line, and how sharp the quarterbacks are.
The Washington Redskins began the third phase of their offseason program on Tuesday, holding their first official practice on Tuesday. But three of the team’s top offensive players were not in attendance.
The Redskins’ offseason continues to roll along. We’re still roughly two months away from training camp, but there’s plenty of action going on with today’s start of the offseason practices.
Washington kicks off the next phase of its offseason program, hitting the field for the first practice sessions.
Standing just 5 feet 8 and weighing 185 pounds, it might seem easy for Jamison Crowder to get lost out on a football field. But that’s not the case.
Washington hopes the rookie outside linebacker can fill the void created when Brian Orakpo left, and team with Ryan Kerrigan to make a dynamic pass-rushing tandem.
Redskins sack leader underwent similar procedure last January.