RG III report: Extending plays vs. Pats - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
RICHMOND, Va. -- Jay Gruden knows he wants quarterback Robert Griffin III to throw the ball away every once in a while. Griffin already made it clear
It wasn’t clear exactly when in the practice Clark suffered his injury, but he didn’t take part in any of the 11-on-11 action. Clark downplayed the injury and said that he wanted to make a speedy return, and play in Thursday’s preseason opener. But he admitted that the coaches and team’s trainers would likely see his situation differently, and may hold him out of action as a precaution.
A look at how the wide receiver depth chart is impacted with the starters being out.
The challenge, of course, will be for the Redskins safety to stay on the field. Though he's professed numerous times a desire to change his tackling habits — he's racked up more than $127,000 in fines from the league over the years — doing so will be another issue.
As the Redskins go about installing their new offense, one thing has been clear during training camp — they’ve got a lot of weapons at wide receiver.
RICHMOND—The Redskins took the field against the Patriots for a second straight day in borderline steamy conditions. A crowd of 21,665, the biggest of training camp so far, was on hand. Here are my observations. —I’m not so sure that there is going to be an actual punting competition.
ESPN Video: Louis Riddick, Herm Edwards and Chris Mortensen explain what goes into making the decision to commit to a quarterback.
RICHMOND—Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, August 6, one day before the Redskins open the preseason against the Patriots. Nickel coverage —Brady and Belichick have been together for 15 years. Gruden and Griffin have known each other for about six months.
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Washington Redskins and New England Patriots conclude their three-day practices with one session at 8:35 a.m. Wednesday. Tempera
While practicing with the Patriots, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has had the opportunity to learn from two-time MVP and three-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.