Washington Redskins Training Camp Report: Day 8 - ESPN
They didn’t exactly have dead legs, but they were dealing with a variety of aches and painsm so coach Jay Gruden cut short their morning practice by perhaps 15-20 minutes. Rather than finish the workout, Gruden had the team run the width of the field, down and back, five times. "They were a little wounded out there," Gruden said. "Everybody this time in camp has a little soreness now. Now it’s how to get the most out of them." They’ll be back in pads Friday. For what it’s worth, quarterback Robert Griffin III finished first each time.
A season after not appearing in a single game due to poor conditioning and injury, third-year guard Josh LeRibeus is turning heads after a focused offseason that consisted of a much healthier diet.
Robert Griffin III, Redskins quarterback, spoke to the media after Thursday's practice about the Patriots coming to town next week.
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 Morgan Moses.
"I’m sure I’m going to get my opportunity to do it," Crawford said, "and when I do, I just have to be successful."
"In my opinion, it is the most egregious sports act in our nation’s capital," Sands said. "Mark Rypien, who led the Skins to a Super Bowl, who was a Super Bowl MVP. And by the way, he wasn’t Kurt Warner for four or five years, but he had a terrific run. Not just one season. I mean, he had a terrific run. And if you remember, if he and Brian Mitchell handle that ball in San Francisco [in 1993], we might win that game and Joe Gibbs might not retire….
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Washington Redskins see the talent when he runs his routes, crossing over linebackers the same way he used to fool defenders in b
RICHMOND—Here is what you need to know on this Friday, August 1, six days before the Redskins open the preseason against the Patriots. Nickel coverage News, notes, and quotes from Day 7 of Redskins training camp. —Yesterday we touched on Alfred Morris possibly catching some more passes.
"When you’re moving them around from the left side to right side, it’s not easy for a tackle. It doesn’t sound like much to us in here, but it’s a totally different technique from time to time, a different stance," Gruden said. "You do have to give him a little leeway from time to time, but he’s done a good job. I think he still has a long way to go with his aiming points and some of the protections, but we love his length."
RICHMOND, VA. -- Alfred Morris didn’t worry about his role after the Redskins acquired more receiving talent. He only saw the possibilities for
Of all the position battles at Redskins training camp this year, running back is probably the most heated. Alfred Morris is the incumbent favorite after two straight seasons of 1,200 or more rushing yards. But the talent lining up behind him cannot be ignored, and with the deadline for the 53-man roster only a month away coach Jay Gruden and his staff may have too much of a good thing on their hands.