Lauvao making strides as he adjusts to Washington’s offense
"Shawn Lauvao, in OTAs we were a little worried, I’m not going to lie. He struggled a little bit," Gruden said before later describing the struggles as, "He was a little late early on and in OTAs, just not really timing the snap count up well."
Redskins Ryan Clark and Santana Moss go extra mile to survive in NFL in their mid-30s - The Washington Post
"It’s just about training and being focused on the job," said Clark, whom the Redskins re-signed this offseason after eight seasons with Pittsburgh. "At my age, I can’t do exactly what 21- and 22-year olds do for training because I have to last the whole season. So it’s an ever-evolving process, whether it be diet, weightlifting, running —whatever keeps me explosive, keeps me ready, keeps me able to play the game."
Redskins fan to Ryan Clark: ‘Sign my breast’ - The Washington Post
Fans say the darndest things.
Washington Redskins practice report - NFC East Blog - ESPN
RICHMOND, Va. -- Even though the Washington Redskins weren't in full pads, giving the practice a feel of an OTA workout, there were still some notewor
Washington Redskins camp report: Day 7 - ESPN
RICHMOND, Va. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the Washington Redskins training camp:
Robert Griffin III teases return of zone-read option for Redskins - Washington Times
It had the looks of a zone-read option — a play that was a staple of the Redskins' offense during the last two years. Robert Griffin III denied that was the call, instead insisting that he wanted to avoid Alfred Morris getting stuffed by the defense and losing yards on the play.
ROOKIE SPOTLIGHT: Spencer Long
During training camp, Redskins.com's Stephen Czarda will provide an in-depth look at the drafted rookies, both on and off the field. Today's spotlight is on Spencer Long.
Gary Clark: This group better than '91 crew - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
"On paper, right now they're probably better than we were," Clark said, after watching the Redskins practice Wednesday. "There's a lot of talent out there. They call can ball. That's four or five deep. We were three deep, four in some years. They're five-deep strong. When you don't miss a beat when someone comes in to replace you, that's a strong receiving corps."
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden and left tackle Trent Williams said they felt the team practiced with good tempo and purpose on Wednesday, the day after Washington’s first day off of training camp.
RICHMOND, Va. – The Redskins will practice twice Thursday, a full workout at 8:35 a.m. ET and a walk-through at 4:15 p.m. Temperatures are expec
Joking around can be a good way to relieve the stress of training camp, but it's not all fun and games for Williams, the big left tackle, and his teammates. After running a full-pad practice on Monday and resting on Tuesday, the Redskins wore just jerseys and shorts on Wednesday.