The Redskins trimmed their roster to 75 players on Tuesday morning a few hours before the NFL’s 4 p.m. deadline.
The Redskins made their first round of cuts on Sunday, releasing veteran linebacker Rob Jackson and eight other players.
We gave you the Redskins training camp disappointments. Now here were their biggest standouts heading back to Ashburn.
There’s certainly plenty to celebrate from the Redskins training camp, but here’s a list of this year’s disappointments.
The Redskins broke training camp in Richmond on Tuesday with a light morning practice. That alone was cause for excitement among players, coaches, staff and reporters after three weeks spent in Virginia’s capital city.
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson is expected to play next Monday against the Cleveland Browns.
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall left practice in a motorized cart on Sunday after suffering a back injury, according to coach Jay Gruden.
Training camp is not all about football for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.
The Redskins signed defensive end Jason Hatcher to rush the quarterback and he is finally moving closer to that goal.
Redskins running back Chris Thompson sat out practice on Saturday with an ankle injury and could miss next Monday’s preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.