Quick takes: RG III, Gruden and more - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
A little this and that and some comments on stories being written about the Redskins: Former Redskins safety Brad Edwards is the new athletic dire
What if there were a developmental-level Redskins team?
Think about how excited we get at 53-man roster cutdown, or how we hold out hopes for practice-squad players and undrafted free agents, or how we analyze backups in preseason games. There are quite a few of you regularly posting here with staunch opinions on Josh LeRibeus and Tom Compton, but have you ever really watched them play?
Developmental league has support, no launch plan - The Washington Post
"It would be an opportunity to enhance our game on many levels, to develop the future, preserve and innovate the game," he said. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin would like to see it happen. "I’m in favor of anything that increases opportunities for guys to grow and develop," Tomlin said, "and ultimately improve the product of our game for our fans, particularly at some positions."
OTAs Day Seven: DB Interception Drills
Get a behind the scenes look at OTAs day seven for the Redskins with the defensive backs going through drills with position coach Raheem Morris.
Longtime NFL coach Wade Phillips stopped by the Redskins practice on Monday to visit with his son, Redskins tight ends coach Wes Phillips, and check out the team.
"I’ve never not had to go work for my job," Moss said following an offseason practice at Redskins Park. "So at the end of the day, there’s always competition. Like you say, you all will rate where somebody’s at. I never did that. I went out here and worked. That’s why I’m able to be here today is because I’ve always showed instead of talked about it. So I’m gonna continue to do that. I’m gonna go out here and practice hard and put everything on tape and at the end of the day, you can judge on the tape.
"It just gets your blood pumping a little bit more," Gruden said last week after touring the $10 million facility. "It makes it more exciting. Some coaches and players might want to show off a little bit more. It’s real exciting to come out here and do your job in front of people who genuinely want to see you succeed."
ASHBURN, Va. -- He’s not an old man, unless you count in football years. In that case Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss is approaching a
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Will Montgomery, who started at center for much of the last three seasons, was released earlier this spring. Instead of looking outside the organization, Washington is hoping to fill the void with a familiar face.