Need to Know: Redskins quotes and notes–Hard Knocks, no-drama camp, and more | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
RICHMOND—Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, August 13, five days before the Redskins host the Browns on preseason Monday night football.
Redskins have all the pieces, but more work is needed before they are a team - The Washington Post
Takeway from camp: Redskins have all the pieces, but more work is needed before they are a team.
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Redskins hold final Richmond training camp practice
As the digits on the big, mobile clock ticked down to zero and Redskins director of football operations Paul Kelly blew his air horn three times to signal the end of Tuesday morning’s practice, the players let out a loud cheer and came together for a huddle. "FREEDOOOOOOM!" a bunch of them yelled.
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The slogan "Virginia is for lovers" should probably be modified to "Virginia is for the Redskins" because this is all part of a grand plan. Here's the bottom line. Going to Richmond for training camp has no tangible effect on winning football games, which is what the Redskins need to do more than any other thing right now. That's the way you attract top free-agents without paying top dollar. Facilities in Richmond are nice for the players, as Jay Gruden pointed out. "Everything was first-class, first-rate – from the practice fields to the way they kept them up to the facility inside here," Gruden said. "Everything was clean and kept-up. Everything was very, very efficient – transportation, the hotel was excellent."
The Redskins have the day off Wednesday after leaving Richmond Tuesday afternoon, wrapping up three weeks of work. They resume practice at Redskins Pa
"It was a lot of highs and a lot of lows, which I guess is always training camp," the 6-foot-5, 263-pound Murphy said. "I wanted all highs, but that’s the game of football. It was cool. It was definitely a challenge to come out here every day, focus, try to be consistent, work hard, and then, when the day is over, to reach out to the fans and do the helmet walk. But, awesome, awesome first training camp. Happy I made it out in one piece, which is always the goal. It can only go forward from here."
Hoffman spent five seasons at Brigham Young University, graduating last year as the most prolific receiver in the program's 91-year history. But at a school where 98.5 percent of the student body belongs to the Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hoffman was a religious foreigner.
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Reed, the Redskins' starting tight end, said the illness that cost him three days of practice could have been related to something he ate. He's targeting a return to practice Thursday when the team is back in Ashburn.
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