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.
The Washington Redskins training camp schedule has been released. The team will welcome fans to Redskins Park for the first time on Thursday, July 26.
Govenor McDonnell Announces Washington Redskins Will Keep Virginia Home But Move Training Camp To Richmond
In a huge financial windfall for the Commonwealth of Virginia, Governor Bob McDonnell announced Wednesday that the Washington Redskins will retain its headquarters in Ashburn but move Training Camp to the capital in Richmond starting in 2013.
Skins beat reporter Grant Paulsen tells us who’s stock is rising and who’s is falling after leading up to the second preseason game in Indy.
Grant Paulsen thinks WR Malcolm Kelly will be released, but also sees him finding another team.
One early August practice does not a season make. Far from it. But give Mike Shanahan credit.
Rick Snider’s reaction to the poor fan turnout to Skins training camp in Ashburn, VA.