A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, July 28, 2014.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
--Here is an in-depth look at Redskins rookie wide receiver Ryan Grant, who has been turning heads this offseason.
--The Redskins made some roster moves yesterday, releasing Brandon Jenkins and medically clearing Maurice Hurt for practice.
--Check out the photo gallery from yesterday’s padded practice.
--It was Military Appreciation Day at Redskins Training Camp yesterday. Here are some of the highlights of the day. Fullback Darrel Young showed his thanks and support for all military personnel.
--CSN Washington’s Tarik El-Bashir reports the Redskins see a bright future for cornerback David Amerson.
--CSN Washington’ Rich Tandler shares practice notes from day four including one undrafted rookie who has been standing out. Also, one rookie offensive lineman had a rough practice.
--Brandon Meriweather had a memorable moment on Sunday when he interrupted Ryan Clark’s press conference to grant a fan’s wish.
--Although Jason Hatcher is sidelined with an injury, defensive tackle Barry Cofield thinks he will be an enormous addition to their defensive line.
--ESPN’s John Keim previews the kick and punt returner positions. Also, a former Redskins running back is attempting a comeback.
--Robert Griffin III is reportedly learning the new offensive schemes very quickly.
--Brandon Meriweather was reminded to lower his target on opposing wide receivers.
--ESPN’s John Keim gives his practice notes from Sunday’s morning session.
--A Redskins fan is reportedly seeking the autographs of all 22 starters so he can get them all tattooed on his forearm.
--The Washington Post’s Mike Jones reports about Jay Gruden’s coaching style and how he plans to run practices and games this season.
--Safety Ryan Clark told reporters that he does not think the team needs to change its strategies on defense and should continue to play with physicality.
--Keenan Robinson is ready to step into a new role as a defensive signal caller this season if asked to.
--Special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica has an interesting background for an NFL coach with his military experience flying helicopters in the Middle East.
--Zac Boyer of The Washington Times reports that DeSean Jackson is starting to build strong relationships with his new teammates in Washington.
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