Robert Griffin III's burgundy shirt read "No Pressure. No Diamonds."
Chase Minnifield's attempt to make the Washington Redskins' final roster as an undrafted free agent is over before training camp even begins.
Most people at minicamp look forward to watching rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III complete the kind of showy touchdown passes that attracted the Redskins to him in the first place.
After the linemen had traipsed off to the showers Thursday — their second week of OTAs in the books — the rest of the Washington Redskins engaged in some 7-on-7 action in the red zone. And a spirited competition it was, too. At one point, when Robert Griffin III, with no rush to worry about, took his sweet time finding an open receiver for a touchdown, secondary coach Raheem Morris pleaded, "Can we get a shot clock?"
The NFL offseason is for R and R — rest and rehab — and lord knows the players need it. But you don't want the offseason to be too "off," as it was during the 2011 lockout year, because all kinds of problems can ensue.
In rookie minicamp earlier this month, Robert Griffin III already had the chance to prove to Mike Shanahan and the rest of the Washington coaching staff why he deserved to be the Redskins' first-round draft pick.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 34-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Mike Shanahan furrowed his brow Sunday afternoon while explaining the latest batch of mistakes made by his Washington Redskins.
A quarter-by-quarter look at the Redskins 34-10 loss to the Eagles. Plus, the most pivotal play of the game.