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Redskins TE Jordan Reed sitting out minicamp: 'I've got more time and they're letting me take it' | Sports |
ASHBURN - Redskins tight end Jordan Reed has been held out during this week's veteran minicamp, working on a side field while his teammates practice in uniform.

After Season Of Adversity, Montae Nicholson Is 'Grateful And Blessed' To Be Back On The Field
An off-field incident landed Nicholson on the Non-Football Injury (NFI) list at the end of last season. The situation has since been resolved, allowing Nicholson to rejoin the team with hopes of regaining a starting job in his third year in Washington.

Veteran minicamp notes: The QBs face constant pressure and (most) key players return for the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Tuesday was the Redskins' first day of 2019 mandatory minicamp, and it was a day where (almost) everyone returned to action. Here's a breakdown of all that took place during the June 4 practice.

Quinton Dunbar is confident that his complicated 2018 nerve injury is fully behind him | NBC Sports Washington
Quinton Dunbar returned to the Redskins' secondary on Tuesday during minicamp, receiving his first real action since being placed on injured reserve last December. Afterward, he gave an update on how he's feeling.

Redskins hope speed element quickly revitalizes wide receiver's big play capabilities | NBC Sports Washington
Adding Dwayne Haskins' strong arm should eventually punch up the passing attack, but immediate change should come when the Redskins deploy their bevy of deep threats.

Kevin O'Connell takes over Redskins offense reins - Washington Times
The Washington Redskins' quarterbacks coach for the past two seasons, Kevin O'Connell was promoted to coordinator in January, while Matt Cavanaugh was retained but given a less weighty title of senior offensive assistant.

Practice News And Notes: 2019 Minicamp, Day 1's Jake Kring-Schreifels and Kyle Stackpole break down the key plays and highlights from Day 1 of the Washington Redskins' 2019 minicamp, presented by Loudoun Economic Development.

It's A Big Year For Josh Doctson, And He Knows It
The Redskins' 2016 first-round pick realizes this will be a crucial season for the team and himself as he faces free agency and his football future.

The Redskins absolutely should - and shouldn't - look to trade Trent Williams | NBC Sports Washington
When Jay Gruden spoke publicly about the contract holdout of star left tackle Trent Williams, the Redskins head coach looked like his best friend just moved away. It's easy to understand why, too. What happens next?

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell continues push for shortened preseason | NBC Sports Washington
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is looking to reduce the NFL preseason schedule during the next college bargaining agreement.

Washington Redskins Announce 2019 Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellows
The Washington Redskins announced today the team's eight 2019 Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellows, including a recent former player.

Minicamp is mandatory, so what does that mean for the Redskins? | NBC Sports Washington
When the Redskins take the field on Tuesday morning, it won't be for voluntary OTAs. The players will take the field for mandatory veteran minicamp. What's the difference? Plenty.

Redskins Safety Landon Collins Tours DC; Talks New Team, Sean Taylor & More | Hang Time
Redskins safety Landon Collins tours his new city with ESPN's Sam Alipour. Landon talks about what it means to play for the Redskins, his idol Sean Taylor, and what number he plans on wearing this season among other things.