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The coaches are putting more on their quarterback's shoulders, and he is responding.

The coach voiced confidence in the wide receiver's readiness, while a foot injury keeps rookie WR Josh Docston out.

Who stood out, who sat out, and everything else from Wednesday in Ashburn.

With DeSean Jackson reporting, Redskins receivers should be full strength for voluntary workouts

"We’ve got a new quarterback. Let’s get behind him," says Redskins defensive end Ricky Jean-Francois.

The team no longer needs a space-eating nose tackle, so it emphasized defensive ends who are versatile enough to play some nose.

Wednesday marked the second of this week's three OTA sessions.

“You never know what type of worker they are until they get in your building," the coach said of the all-pro cornerback signed recently as a free agent.

The latest injury news on the rookie wide receiver, and other Redskins.

Optimism is in the air, as it often is this time of the year, but Trent Williams has plenty to look forward to following a "bittersweet" season.

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