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Bill Callahan Redskins Presser: “It’s never over until it’s over”

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Dwayne Haskins answers questions the day after a Redskins win

Detroit Lions v Washington Redskins Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

Redskins interim Head Coach Bill Callahan spoke to the media and gave some more updates on Monday. The selfie seen round the world was discussed again, and Callahan said Dwayne Haskins Jr. won’t face discipline or be fined for missing the teams final kneel down. Callahan also said Haskins showed more progress against the Lions, and could have had a few more touchdowns if those balls would have went where they were supposed to...

Dwayne Haskins Jr. selfie:

Haskins' progress:

Haskins wrist injury:

Clock management:

Steven Sims Jr.:

Speech to the team:

Jonathan Allen:

“When [DT] Jonathan [Allen] came here, interesting enough, the background he has having grown up here in this region and then going to the University of Alabama and playing in a successfully program, a highly competitive program where they compete day-to-day at a very high level, that’s how those from that program are raised. That’s where they come from. That’s what they’re accustomed to and that’s how they train and it’s how they live. When you have guys like him, [DT] Daron Payne, [LB] Shaun Dion Hamilton and you go on-and-on, [S] Landon Collins, those guys have a competitive nature to themselves that’s really unique. You can see why that program has been so successful year-in and year-out. The consistency of that program, how they practice and also how they train, how they prepare for meetings, everything that they do is at a very high level. Everything is important in that program in winning. They want to win. They love to win. Once you get a taste of that, you don’t want to go the other way. They get frustrated when you’re not at a winning level or doing things on a winning level, whether it’s practice, whether it’s the weight room, the meeting room, the team room, they’re highly, highly competitive kids. These players, they demand that. I feel that’s my obligation to them is to give them something everyday to make them better, to make them more motivated, more inspired to play well.”

Cole Holcomb:

Donald Penn/Geron Christian Sr.: