Dwayne Haskins thankful for Theisman Allowed him to wear number 7 | Redskins.com
“It has great significance to me and my family,” Haskins told a host of reporters after practice Saturday. “It’s more than just a number. Just being able to carry that on throughout my life for multiple years. It means a lot to me, and I’m thankful Joe let me wear the number.”
Redskins 2019 Draft Class and UDFA signings assigned numbers | Redskins.com
Before seeing the whole list of jersey number assignments, note that these are subject to change throughout the offseason. Additionally, with the roster currently at 90 players, some players have been assigned duplicate numbers. An “R” represents a red jersey worn by the defense and a “W” represents a white jersey worn by the offense during practices.
Redskins rookie minicamp observations | NBC Sports
- Gruden spoke highly of many youngsters while at the podium, including Kelvin Harmon. The head coach compared Harmon to Mohamed Sanu, whom he coached while with the Bengals, and thinks he can work inside at some point in addition to his duties as the Z on the outside.
He has a long way to go, but you can already see that Haskins has some special tools | NBC Sports
“I think he’s made some throws that turn your head without a doubt,” Jay Gruden said afterward of his new QB. “He’s just a big presence and the ball just jumps off his hand.”
Breaking down the running back touches for the Redskins this season | Fanspeak.com
While I know many Redskins fans expect Guice to come in and have the impact that Zeke Elliott and Saquon Barkley have had in the division, those expectations should be tempered. Long term he has the talent and upside to be a top 10 running back in this league. This year though I think it’s likely the Redskins ease him into his role.
Offensive free agents the Redskins should look to sign | Fanspeak.com
With the Redskins uncertain LG situation he could end up their best option. A big plus for Wisniewski is that in his 8 year career, he’s only missed 5 games total due to injury. That type of track record has to be welcome to an offensive line group that has been decimated these past two years.
Defensive free agents the Redskins should look to sign | Fanspeak.com
He fits best as a 3rd safety who earns snaps in sub packages and backing up a variety of roles. For the Redskins though he would likely push for the starting free safety job. He doesn’t get talked about a lot, but he would be a nice addition to the team, who’s versatility could become a major plus.