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Updated: 35 weeks 3 days ago
The Redskins' cornerback could get used to the quieter practices.
Niles Paul, Logan Paulsen, Davis and Jordan Reed give Washington options, and choices to make.
Rookie wide receiver Josh Doctson mixed in some light jogging as he recovers from a right Achilles' tendon injury.
Here’s a look at who might make the team and why, plus a comparison to who we projected before camp started.
Redskins QB gets grandparents' old ride fixed before first preseason home game.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about the rushing attack -- from Jones to Ray Rice -- plus why Ty Nsekhe doesn't start and Stephen Paea doesn't stand out.
The Redskins defensive lineman showed versatility that will help his chances of earning a roster spot, if not a key role.
Washington escaped training camp without suffering any major injuries, but no breakthrough players emerged.
Preseason dustups seem to be a thing of the past, as team’s biggest battles are for jobs.
Plenty of work remains for this team before it is regular-season ready. But some clarity emerges from the time spent in Richmond.
The rookie linebacker/safety hybrid flashed in Thursday's preseason opener.
Monday's brief practice, the last of training camp in Richmond, ended when the defensive lineman came on in relief of Chris Baker to field a punt.
The second-year back is confident he can put his fumbling issues behind him and be the breakout player the organization needs him to be.
Here's what stood out on the final day of training camp open to reporters and fans.
The heat index Sunday at Redskins training camp topped 100 degrees. Jean Francois stepped up.