Belichick pitched idea of Redskins-Patriots practices to Gruden & Co.
"It’s a great change," Gruden explained on Wednesday. "You get into practice and you’re going through the one-a-days, you’re going through the walk-throughs in the afternoon and you do that about nine or 10 times and you’re like, ‘Gah.’ This is a great way to change it up a little bit and go against someone else and see where you are with your personnel – see their ones against your ones, twos against their twos, threes against their threes and it might juggle the depth chart a little bit after that."
Two Grudens Overflow Redskins Park
"[Jay] puts his spin on things like we all do," Jon said. "No two people are alike. This is a great opportunity for him. I like that he's working as hard as he can. At the end of the day, everybody gets what he deserves."
After a tumultuous 2013 season, the Washington Redskins finally fired HC Mike Shanahan and pretty much cleaned house and let Bruce Allen take over and run the show as GM. With that firing came the hiring of Jay Gruden to lead the Redskins back to the Playoffs and be another title threat. After riding the 2012 season on the back of RG3 and his outstanding rookie season, the Redskins drafted many players in the 2013 draft class who were seen as high upside guys who maybe wouldn't be exactly the top end guys early on, but had the potential to develop. With the 2014 draft class mirroring that same natural talent and ability, the 2013 class is now going to be relied upon to take that next step and be a leader for the Redskins team moving forward. Below I'll take a look at three guys who I think can make that next leap for the Redskins in 2014
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ESPN Washington Redskins reporter John Keim discusses Andre Roberts' role in the return game and others who could provide competition in camp.
Jon Gruden on his brother, RG III - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
ASHBURN, Va. -- The big brother with the Super Bowl ring watched from the sidelines, getting a feel for a team he’ll discuss during the season a
Redskins still have issues in the secondary, and they’ll lean on the pass rush for help - The Washington Post
Only modest moves were made in the defensive backfield, but getting after quarterback more could mask that.
Washington Redskins to work out Quentin Groves - ESPN
The Redskins will work out veteran outside linebacker Quentin Groves on Thursday, one day after he visited with New England, according to multiple sou
Redskins OTAs: Thoughts and observations - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
DeSean Jackson returned to practice and did get open deep on a couple occasions. The first time, on a deep cross, he got behind the secondary and had enough time to haul in an underthrown pass from Robert Griffin III. Brandon Meriweather was about five or seven yards behind him.
Need to Know: Five Gruden notes and quotes after Redskins’ OTA | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, June 12, five days before the start of Redskins minicamp. Nickel coverage Here are five notes and quotes from Jay Gruden’s presser after Wednesday’s OTA session.
'Skins Spotlight: Kedric Golston
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Redskins OTA observations: RG3 sharper than last week | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
There are my observations from Wednesday’s OTA practice at Redskins Park. 11:15—Brian Baker is teaching the outside linebackers the best route to the quarterback.