- The Washington Times - Friday, September 14, 2018

ASHBURN, Va. — “Casual Friday” has no business at Redskins Park. And for this week, some offensive linemen took it a step further.

Tackles Trent Williams, Morgan Moses and Ty Nsekhe each wore a dress shirt and tie underneath their practice jersey ahead of Sunday’s home opener against the Colts.

Williams said not to read much into it. 

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“The equipment room put these big ol’ shirts in our locker yesterday,” Williams said, noting he normally wears a”XXL” shirt and the one he wore for practice was a “4XL.” “I don’t know why, but we came down for practice and we just figured we’d throw them on. We call it ‘Business Fridays.’ It’s about business.”

Williams, though, was drenched in sweat and said he wasn’t sure if the group would continue doing so in the future.

“I hope not,” he said. “This shirt is hot as hell, man. I can’t do this.”

The left tackle added it was “very likely” he would ditch the shirt the next week — but also opened for the door for it to continue.

“It depends. If it brings good luck on Sunday, then I’ll do it every week,” Williams said. “I guess I’ll let you know more on Monday.”

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