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.
Linebacker ready to move on from troubled past and help Redskins win.
Second-year cornerback Bashaud Breeland had to be carted off the practice field on Friday after suffering an apparent right leg injury.
Jay Gruden said an impressive body of work, plus the contrite and grateful attitude he observed in Junior Galette sold him on the possibility of the Redskins signing the free agent linebacker.
After a meeting with Washington Redskins officials at their training camp headquarters on Thursday and then spending the night in the city, former New Orleans Saints linebacker Junior Galette has signed a one-year deal to join the team, his agent and the team announced.
The cornerback and Coach Jay Gruden are expected to speak on the matter.
Brandon Scherff used rookie minicamp and the other offseason practices to squash all of the butterflies. The nerves are gone now, the offensive lineman says. A different level of excitement and determination have replaced those feelings.
Now Hall finds himself in a battle of different kind, and this may represent the stiffest challenge yet. But the 31-year-old remains undaunted.
Backup linebacker Ja’Gared Davis, who spent time on the Redskins’ practice squad last season, has been placed on the on the non-football injury list.
Jay Gruden preaches a positive message on the eve of Washington’s first practice in Richmond following a 4-12 finish last season.