Second-year tackle says "I know the curveballs now, and when you know the curveballs, you can hit home runs.”

Tackle Morgan Moses, right, works with first-round pick Brandon Scherff, a fellow tackle, during Day 5 of training camp in Richmond. ( John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

A starter last season, third-year player isn’t letting a demotion demoralize him.

Inside The Washington Post's fantasy football mock draft

The Post held its annual fantasy football draft for a 10-owner league following standard scoring rules. Before the draft, the owners shared their hopes, fears and predictions.

Second-year tackle says "I know the curveballs now, and when you know the curveballs, you can hit home runs.”

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The quarterback says he doesn't have to be Superman in Redskins' offense.

Post Sports Live discusses discuss the Nationals' acquisition of closer Jonathan Papelbon and how it affects the clubhouse chemistry. The panel also debates the Redskins' controversial signing of linebacker Junior Galette.

We’re back with the mailbag, taking inventory of what we’ve seen in Richmond so far, and tackling Joe Barry's impact, the offensive and defensive lines and much more.

The Redskins signed linebacker Junior Galette to a one-year contract despite his off-field issues and a potential suspension. Was signing the linebacker worth the distraction?

The Washington Post's Scott Allen, Chelsea Janes and Keith McMillan join host Gene Wang to discuss the Nationals' acquisition of closer Jonathan Papelbon and how it affects the clubhouse chemistry. The panel also debates the Redskins' controversial signing of linebacker Junior Galette and Tom Brady's suspension for his role in DeflateGate.

Hall suggests that Jay Gruden may have embellished the tale.

"That was all him," left tackle says, after quarterback marches offense 80 yards in two-minute drill.

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.

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.

Washington holds camp in Richmond for the third straight year.

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