Injury updates: Barry Cofield, Leonard Hankerson - ESPN
Still no idea when Hankerson will return. And I doubt there will be a better idea next week. That's why when asked if he has any indication Hankerson will be ready for camp, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said, "None whatsoever. Meanwhile, Hankerson said, "I'm feeling pretty good right now, out here moving around a whole lot more. Probably got a couple months to go. Should be good by training camp, but you never know."
Jon Gruden: ‘How can I not love the Redskins?’ - The Washington Post
Monday Night Football analyst tells a crowd of Redskins fans that he's one of them.
Native Americans Speak on the Meaning of the Word Redskin - HTTR4LIFE.com
Each of their stories is unique in it’s own as Mark One Wolf, an Apache Indian, spoke on saying that ‘each tribe views things differently’. What all four of these individuals agreed on was the unifying spirit of the team and how the term "Redskin" wasn’t viewed by them as any sort of negative terminology.
OTAs Day Ten: Wide Recievers Footwork Drill
Get a behind the scenes look at the Redskins final day of OTAs with the wide receivers.
Jay Gruden confident in Washington Redskins' punters - ESPN
"It will be an interesting competition but I do feel strongly that we will find our punter in one of those two guys," Gruden said.
The NFC East is not what it once was, and there have been plenty of changes in the division. Since 2010, the NFC East is the only division not to h
ESPN football analyst and Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden, brother of Redskins head coach Jay Gruden, stopped by Redskins practice Wednesday.
If you don't believe me, trust ESPN 980's Chris Cooley. Cooley has repeatedly talked about Polumbus being the 2nd best offensive lineman on the Redskins in 2013. Cooley called every game. Cooley knows a lot more than I do. Cooley also gets to talk with the upper echelon of the organization on a very regular basis.
Kate Dunn found inspiration in Griffin's story after brain surgery ended her football playing career.
"I leave that talk to you guys," Griffin said following Wednesday’s offseason practice at Redskins Park. "Like I said, you deal with the hand that you’re dealt. I had to wear the [knee] brace last year. I had to come off an injury last year. And this year I don’t. Thank God for that. And I’ll play to that hand. It’s been good to be out here and get this extra work in with everybody, build that chemistry with a new coach, new guys, new players and, like I said, it’s been extremely fun."
Jackson certainly looked 100 percent as he practiced Wednesday. He ran one especially eye-catching route against rookie corner Bashaud Breeland down the left sideline. Breeland had near-perfect coverage, but Jackson managed to find his way underneath and snatch away the ball.