Things are heating up in Richmond, as week two of Redskins Training Camp 2016 gets underway.
The Redskins got through the first few days unscathed by injury, but exhaustion will begin to set in this week with the first round of preseason games right around the corner.
Check back here for the latest Training Camp news and rumblings until the wins begin to count. 106.7 The Fan Redskins reporter Brian McNally — a grizzled veteran on the beat — brings you the news as it breaks, keeping his finger on the pulse in Richmond.
We’ll provide the analysis you crave in between.
Thursday, Aug. 4
DeSean Jackson: “I’m going to do everything I need to do to be that guy to be there for my teammates, be there for my quarterback, organization. Whatever it is. I’m going to put it on the line for them.”
Su’a Cravens botched his rookie skit, but Nila Kasitati knocked his out of the park.
Despite the picture the team tweeted out, the Bears signed former Redskins fullback Darrel Young.
Wednesday, Aug. 3
Redskins spend day focusing on special teams, as close to an “off” day as they’re going to get. Jay Gruden: “It was pretty hot out there, and I felt like we were getting a little leg weary, so I thought it was a good recovery day.”
Redskins, Steelers Exchange Weird Memes as Reminder of Season Opener
Josh Doctson isn’t getting worse, but he doesn’t appear to be getting better, either.
Former Redskins GM says Kirk Cousins is the fourth-best quarterback in the four-team division.
Tuesday, Aug. 2
Chris Thompson doesn’t think the Redskins need a veteran RB2.
DeAngelo Hall on Redskins Predictions
Sean McVay is just 30 years old, but he’s already lining himself up for head coaching gigs.
Trent Williams Talks About the Offensive Line
Monday, Aug. 1
He fractured his heel bone in a Sept. 21 game at Philadelphia just three games into that season. Last year he didn’t make it out of Week 1 when he fractured and dislocated his left wrist in the opener against Miami. It’s made for a painful journey, but Ihenacho refuses to change his ways.
Lauvao praised the training staff for how it handled his case – sticking to the plan all offseason and even being cautious once camp started.
Kirk Cousins corn maze is not just a difficult phrase to say five times fast, it’s also a thing that exists in Berryville, Va.:
Sunday, July 31
Between Peterson, and Odell Beckham, Jr. keeping Norman’s name in his mouth, there’s no one, perhaps, more ready for actual games to begin than Norman.
Thanks to Niles Paul, we get an inside look at the talents, or lackthereof, of rookie second-round draft pick Su’a Cravens:
Washington Redskins defensive back DeAngelo Hall, in Richmond for training camp, threw out the first pitch at the Richmond Squirrels game. Let’s call it a slider:
A torn meniscus during his final year at Virginia Tech put a damper on his draft stock, and as a result, the Redskins were able to snag him midway through the third round. If he plays, he figures to be a steal.