Week 1 looked good to Redskins’ Trent Williams
A few of center Will Montgomery’s shotgun snaps have been a bit off-target since preseason games began. None have resulted in fumbles, but the Redskins want to fix the problem before it costs them a turnover.
They have been practicing it this week, as they do every week.
“We want him to be perfect,” Kyle Shanahan said. “I’m not freaking out about it or anything.”
Coach Mike Shanahan said he’s confident in Rex Grossman’s ability to adjust to any snap that isn’t perfect because he’s done it several times already, including on the touchdown he threw against Pittsburgh in the preseason.
• Strong safety LaRon Landry (hamstring), and linebackers Brian Orakpo (right ankle) and Keyaron Fox (back) were limited in practice.
• The Redskins had the ninth-oldest Week 1 roster in the NFL, according to figures released by the league. They had the oldest Week 1 roster in each of the last two seasons. Washington’s 53 players average 26.60 years.
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