ASHBURN, Va. -- A few highlights from the Washington Redskins' open locker room session Thursday:
1. Quarterback Robert Griffin III talked about his tweet from Wednesday in which he talked about proving doubters wrong, more so from the standpoint of whether it's wise for him to be on twitter.
2. Griffin's contention, which I'll post about later, is that many fans want to hear what "quarterbacks and players have to say."
3. Defensive end Stephen Bowen did not want to talk, but there's still no clear timetable for his return. The big worry now is if he'll have enough time to get into football shape for the opener. It's hard to imagine him being ready for Houston.
4. Tackle Morgan Moses will play the next two games at right tackle, which coach Jay Gruden announced during his news conference. Moses is feeling much better because he's understanding the offense better. Allows him to play more freely.
5. I talked some more with safety Bacarri Rambo about his progress. One area that still needs work: his communication skills. He knows it and the coaches know it.