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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Washington Redskins
Garçon, the Redskins' leading receiver last season, left practice early on Monday after straining his hamstring - an injury that coach Jay Gruden said shouldn't cause him to miss much time, if any at all.
DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts were discussing their roles in the Washington Redskins' offense one morning last week when they realized that not all of the team's receivers will end up pleased with the number of passes they'll be thrown.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden is pleased with what he is seeing from all positions so far in camp.
After practice on Military Appreciation Day at Washington Redskins training camp, the special teams coordinator made a beeline to the people in uniform near the special VIP tent.
RICHMOND — DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts were discussing their roles in the Washington Redskins' offense one morning last week when they realized that not all of the team's receivers will end up pleased with the number of passes they'll be thrown.
The Washington Times and the Washington Redskins announced a unique partnership that will make the newspaper a content and marketing partner of the team.
Jay Gruden says he'll make room for a fullback in the Washington Redskins offense.
Jon Gruden, speaking at a high school coaching clinic, said Friday that quarterback Robert Griffin III should enjoy the changes his brother, Jay, the Redskins' new coach, will make to his game in their first season working together.
Police say on June 2, Davis confronted a former lover at a restaurant and threw dirt from a plant box at her. Davis was suspended indefinitely by the NFL in February for his second violation of the league's substance-abuse policy.
What will be most important for Griffin during training camp and the preseason, Jay Gruden said, will be the repetitions he'll receive in practice. Griffin said his greatest mental development during the offseason was his ability to learn the playbook, but it will be up to him to now show that he's been able to handle it.
Allen has become the most powerful person owner Daniel Snyder has ever employed since he purchased the team in 1999. He arrived here in the final weeks of the 2009 debacle, the valet for soon-to-be-hired head coach and executive vice president Mike Shanahan, and now rules over everything Redskins.
RICHMOND – Defensive ends Stephen Bowen and Jason Hatcher, wide receiver Leonard Hankerson and offensive lineman Maurice Hurt will all begin training camp with the Washington Redskins on the physically-unable-to-perform list, coach Jay Gruden said Wednesday.
Police say former Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis is wanted in a domestic violence case.
After a 3-13 finish last season, Gruden said he hopes the players enter camp motivated and ready to compete. He, personally, expects to feel nervous and anxious as he takes the field for the first time on Thursday. He has told himself that such a feeling is normal because of his desire to succeed. In a way, he hopes his players feel that way as well.
Davis was suspended indefinitely by the NFL in February for his second violation of the league's substance-abuse policy. He said he was suspended for taking a supplement that included a banned substance