--Redskins’ wide receiver Josh Morgan says his hamstring injury will not amount to anything serious. Although Morgan led the team in receptions last season, one reporter says we haven’t seen his full potential yet. Morgan also believes the offense is ready to get to the next level of greatness.
--One Redskins’ insider debates which of the three rookie defensive backs will see the field first.
--Mike Shanahan brought many changes to Washington. Now, only 10 players remain from the pre-Shanahan era.
--Two reporters have a debate over which team is better: the Redskins or the Super Bowl champion Ravens.
--Although weeks away from the regular season, the rookie defensive backs are already emerging as potential role players in the upcoming season.
--The Redskins’ practice field was very wet on Friday morning from a downpour the night before. They dried the field off in a very unique way.
--Coach Shanahan and the Redskins’ staff met with NFL officials on Friday to discuss the option-offense and ways to protect their quarterback.
--Although the Redskins’ defense returns most of their starters, there are a large amount of players whose contracts will expire at the season’s end.
--New NFL rules require full padding for all players; a rule that not all of the Redskins’ players will be thrilled about.
--A Redskins’ insider sat down with Chris Cooley and talked about the process in which he was let go by Washington.
--The NFL changed some rules about the Pro Bowl, and
--The Redskins are stacked at the tight end position. One reporter says the group is ready to have a breakout year.
--Having camp away from Ashburn this year seems to be a big hit among the veterans who have never gone away for training camp.
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3) One cut and gone: #Redskins RB R. Helu Jr. slices through line and hits top speed running downfield. Looks faster than any point last yr.