The presence of Terrance Knighton has allowed Washington Redskins linebackers to get clean, free pursuit angles toward offensive players.
Robert Griffin III hit big plays, he executed concepts that he would not have last year and he hung in the pocket on one play.
DeSean Jackson, who has averaged an NFL-best 17.68 yards per catch since entering the NFL in 2008, has a message for opposing defenses this season.
David Amerson is the latest Washington Redskins cornerback to get injured, as he left Monday's practice with an injured left shoulder.
This offseason, the Redskins signed several defensive players who have played in championship games. How much will that help?
Redskins CB Mitchel has shoulder injury
Washington's fifth-round pick Tevin Mitchel suffered a torn labrum in shoulder and will need surgery. He likely will miss the 2015 season. At best, Mitchel would have been a No. 5 corner on the depth chart, but a possible choice to replace Bashaud Breeland (MCL) in the slot for the season opener.
Redskins' offense under spotlight
Washington will focus on its red-zone offense and two-minute attack this week at camp, writes John Keim. NFL Nation: Training camp storylines
Redskins rookie corner Tevin Mitchel will undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, likely ending his season.
When DeSean Jackson was asked Monday how one teammate, cornerback Chris Culliver, challenged him in practice, the wide receiver made one point clear: "I don't think no one can guard me."
NFL Nation reporters look ahead to Monday's practices at each team's training camp.
Things to watch at Washington Redskins practice on Monday include Robert Griffin III in the two-minute drill and the offensive line.
Robert Griffin III has looked better than expected in the early going of training camp, with another solid day on Sunday.
Observations from Washington Redskins on Sunday, which saw defensive linemen Stephen Paea and Terrance Knighton make an impact.
Jay Gruden bounced around at the end of practice, letting everyone on the field know the situation: It was one play to win the game.
Matt Jones tweaked a knee and DeSean Jackson dislocated a finger; both were to be evaluated after Sunday's practice.
Dozens of interviews, including one with Junior Galette himself, convinced the Redskins he was a risk worth accepting, general manager Scot McCloughan said Sunday.
Redskins GM defends Galette signing
Redskins GM Scot McCloughan said of LB Junior Galette, who was signed on Friday: "The decision was made because we really believe he's a Redskin, and that's why we signed him." Galette was arrested in January after an alleged domestic dispute. Charges were dropped, but the episode remains under review by the league.
The assignment might not last long, but that's OK for three Redskins corners because it will still provide them with an opportunity.
Niles Paul and Darrel Young are the masters of spades as we take a look at what the Washington Redskins do with their training-camp downtime.
Three areas of interest at Washington Redskins training camp Sunday for your morning wakeup call.
Here are the highlights from Robert Griffin III's performance in camp on Saturday.
Some highlights and observations from the Redskins' defense Saturday, the first day of pads.
Offensive highlights/observations from Saturday's Washington Redskins practice.
Saints coach Sean Payton said he didn't have any communication with the Redskins before they signed embattled former Saints linebacker Junior Galette.
|2(6)||Preston Smith||DE||Mississippi State|
|6(5)||Kyshoen Jarrett||S||Virginia Tech|
|6(11)||Evan Spencer||WR||Ohio State|
|7(5)||Austin Reiter||C||South Florida|
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