Training Camp Notes: Day 5 | Redskins Journal
Trent Williams dismissed the left wrist injury he sustained during the closing minutes of practice on Tuesday as "nothing to worry about," but the Redskins have everything to worry about if Williams is going to miss any time.
Tristan Davis Placed On Exempt List; Intends To Retire | Redskins Journal
Tristan Davis was placed on the exempt/left squad list on Tuesday afternoon after he informed the Redskins of his desire to stop playing football, Mike Shanahan said.
Redskins’ Hall Has Sprained Ligaments in Ankle " CBS DC
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said Tuesday he has sprained ligaments in the back of his right ankle and could miss the rest of training camp.
A look from a renowned Orthopedic Surgeon on what the recovery process from an ACL surgery is and what can be expected of a player returning from an injury. Though the response can apply to any ACL injury, many are focused on what RGIII is facing this year. Make sure to check out all three parts.
Practice notes: Moss still gets it done - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
RICHMOND—The Redskins got Day 5 of their 2013 training camp under their belts today under mostly sunny skies and humidity and temperatures that are starting to feel more like the norms in late July here. —The highlight play of the day came early. Santana Moss made a one handed catch of a Robert Griffin III pass but it was better than that. Moss reached around E. J. Biggers, who had pretty good coverage on him, and snatched the pass. He...
Redskins' Kehl is ready for anything - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
As an NFL backup player, Bryan Kehl knows that the more he can do, the better his chances of making the team are. The self-described "special teams demon" is a "Jack" inside linebacker by trade but he also keeps an eye on the other positions. That paid off on Saturday when about 20 minutes before the afternoon practice started, the coaches informed Kehl that they were going to give London Fletcher the day off so Kehl would need to play...
Pierre Garcon Has Super Bowl or Bust Attitude with Redskins | Football News Now
Pierre Garçon made clear the Washington Redskins goal this season is to win the Super Bowl. Anything less would simply not be good enough.
Redskins training camp observations - Tue., July 30 - Washington Times
Kirk Cousins had his best day throwing the ball so far. Brian Orakpo's matchups with Trent Williams weren't as one-sided as they were Saturday. Santana Moss' one-handed catch was the highlight of the session.
Redskins injury updates - Tue., July 30 - Washington Times
Left tackle Trent Williams is day-to-day after aggravating his sprained left wrist during the final session of Tuesday’s practice. Cornerback DeAngelo Hall expects to miss between a "couple days" to "a couple weeks" with a sprained right ankle. X-rays showed no fracture.
Taking a look at how the Redskins defensive line stacks up compared to their division foes.
Outside linebacker Brian Orakpo evolving in pass coverage - Washington Times
Orakpo has yet to intercept a pass in 47 games since the Redskins switched to a 3-4. In contrast, Rob Jackson, who replaced Orakpo last season after Orakpo tore his left pectoral muscle in Week 2, had four last year.
RG III and the pressures of superstardom - NFC East Blog - ESPN
RICHMOND, Va. -- At the end of every Washington Redskins training camp practice here, the players go over to the crowd of fans and each one selects a
RG3 eager to ramp up activity at Redskins training camp - Washington Times
His next big milestone will be participation in team drills, which remains a couple of weeks off based on what coach Mike Shanahan said last week. But Griffin already is looking in that direction.