At 2:05 p.m., under partly cloudy skies, with a few scattered chants of “R-G-3!” from the crowd, Robert Griffin III took a snap from center.
Robert Griffin III may not be showing signs of wear and tear, but Mike Shanahan has made it clear he won’t make the same mistake he did in the Redskins’ playoff loss to Seattle, and that means being the bad guy to RGIII by holding back as long as necessary.
With more than 25,000 visitors to the Bon Secours Training Center in Richmond on Saturday, fan attendance has surpassed the 100,000 mark through the first week of Redskins training camp.
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said Tuesday he has sprained ligaments in the back of his right ankle and could miss the rest of training camp.
Robert Griffin III found a way to get involved on the first day of the Washington Redskins’ training camp, even when he was supposed to be a spectator.
The site of the Washington Redskins’ much-anticipated new training center held a pre-opening event Monday to show off the new Richmond facility.
Richmond’s mayor says dozens of mature trees were cleared from the Washington Redskins summer training camp site because original site plans were modified.
The Redskins have agreed to hold their summer training camp in Richmond for the next eight years as part of an economic incentive deal struck with the state.
With training camp two weeks old and the doldrums of routine setting in, practice has gotten a little chippy at points for the Washington Redskins.
And then there’s defensive end Jarvis Jenkins, who hasn’t been on the field since last Aug. 23 when he tore his right ACL in the Redskins’ third preseason game at Baltimore. But Jenkins says he’s been chomping at the bit to get back out on the field and prove himself, because he still feels like a rookie.