Redskins coach Jay Gruden described offensive lineman Kory Lichtensteiger as a natural center earlier in training camp.
The play looked great, a classic read option run that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III used to devastating effect two years ago.
There is a price to pay for a physical training camp like the one employed by the Redskins this summer.
The Redskins have cut linebacker Brandon Jenkins and removed offensive lineman Maurice Hurt from the Active/Non-Football Injury list.
The numbers are working against Redskins running back Chris Thompson.
The pads came on for the first time at training camp on Saturday, and the Redskins were ready.
Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett was the most prominent member of last year’s staff retained after the dismissal of former head coach Mike Shanahan.
DeSean Jackson is a freak. Watch him on television and his pure speed is obvious as he burns past opposing corners. Remember that Monday Night Football disaster at FedEx Field in 2010 when Jackson caught an 88-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage as the Eagles crushed Washington 59-28?
ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden watched Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in person last month during organized team activities and again on the second day of training camp on Friday.
DeAngelo Hall, at 30-years-old and entering his 11 NFL season, knows he doesn’t have a lot of football left, which is why he says he’s ready to lay it all on the line, and “not leave anything in the tank.”