RICHMOND, Virginia — The first walkthrough is in the books at Redskins Training Camp, and a good sign for the Redskins is that cornerback DeAngelo Hall has been cleared to participate. He’s recovering from a…
WASHINGTON — Believe it or not, it’s time for football. The Redskins open training camp on Thursday in Richmond, Virginia. I believe they have had a good offseason, with the acquisition of key free agents…
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson has returned to full practice after missing several days with a sore left ankle. Jackson took part in the regular team drills Monday. He hurt his…
As training camp winds down with 18 days in the books, you can
see it start to take it\’s toll on the Redskins. Plenty of guys sat out Sunday with
minor injuries and the players weren\’t that sharp in practice.
The Washington Redskins have released Jerry Rice Jr., who tore the labrum in his left shoulder at training camp.
Bill Belichick says the Washington Redskins were almost his \”second home\” during his first NFL season as a low-level assistant with the Baltimore Colts. Belichick gets a look at the modern-day Redskins this week.
WTOP\’s George Wallace reports from Redskins Training Camp in Richmond, where the team put on the full pads for the first time.
The Redskins wrapped up their inaugural training camp in Richmond Friday, which was also the last day of practice before the teams faces the Steelers Monday. WTOP\’s Redskins reporter George Wallace has the break down on who will play and who\’s injured.
On last day of training camp, Bruce Allen discusses life in Richmond, the team\’s star quarterback, his dad and partying with fans.
It was the second to last day at training camp and as the \’Skins gear up for the Steelers, there was fun in store from a different kind of sport Thursday afternoon.
The Redskins star quarter Robert Griffin III finally took to the practice field Wednesday with the first team offense to run some 11-on-11 team drills.
In an unannounced appearance, Robert Griffin III says the plan Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has set for his comeback and rehabilitation is all about his long-term health.
Robert Griffin III hoped to take part in full-team drills Tuesday but soon after speaking with reporters, coach Mike Shanahan said it won\’t happen.
A promotional spot for a prime-time special about Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III features the quarterback\’s beat-boxing skills. Watch the video.
The Redskins didn\’t wear pads during their past practice before Thursday\’s first pre-season game. But the players are ready to get back on the field and face-off against the Tennessee Titans.
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