Washington Redskins safety Phillip Thomas: 'moving like I was before' - ESPN
"Right now I'm feeling great," said Thomas, who returned to organized team activities Monday along with his teammates. The next session open to the media is Wednesday. "I'm 100 percent. Running around. I feel I'm moving like I was before with no hesitation and not second-guessing myself now."
Washington Redskins' defense adds versatility but needs more - ESPN
They wanted more versatility, giving them the ability to fool the quarterback or at least make him wonder. And that would give the rush an extra secon
Notes: An RG III, Redskins comeback? - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
A few leftover notes for a Monday:...Clayton’s a believer? It’s funny how wide-ranging the expectations are for the Redskins this season.
Need to Know: 5 burning Redskins questions on defense | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, June 3, 14 days before the start of minicamp. Nickel coverage After a 3-13 season there are always plenty of questions surrounding an NFL team.
Phillip Thomas ready for Redskins impact after 'redshirt' year - Washington Times
A fourth-round pick last April out of Fresno State, Thomas was penciled in as the Redskins' starting strong safety when training camp opened. Whatever potential Thomas showed during two weeks of training camp was never realized after he suffered a foot injury during a preseason game that kept him sidelined for his entire rookie season.
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"You can judge us when we make our final determinations, which you undoubtedly will, and so will everybody else," he said. "That's fair. But don't make judgments until we've had an opportunity to do what's in the best interest of everyone, which is getting the facts. Everybody wants process. DeMaurice Smith talks about process all the time.
From Yahoo Sports: One of the NFL's most accomplished quarterbacks is among the players suing the NFL for damages related to concussions players say they suffered during their football-playing careers.
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