October 1, 2020

Washington Redskins Traning Camp Notebook 7/26/2014

Today the pads went on, which means full contact, resulting in the first scuffle of training camp. The small scuffle broke out (and was quickly separated) between Tom Compton and Darryl Sharpton.

There are a couple of Redskins coming back from injuries that look very good thus far in camp, Chris Thompson, Keenan Robinson, Tracy Porter, and Richard Crawford all seem to have successfully made a full recovery from whatever injury hampered their 2013 seasons.

Josh LeRibeus has continued to look good as well. LeRibeus reported to camp out of shape last season, and never got a chance to get going. However, LeRibeus reported in good shape this year and seems to be hitting the ground running.

It will take time for RG3 to develop chemistry with his new weapons, and he did hit DeSean Jackson on a nice deep pass off the boot-leg. However, Griffin and Andre Roberts seem to be making an early connection making quite a few plays today.

Trent Williams rolled his ankle, but after sitting out a few plays returned to action and insisted he was fine.

David Amerson has done a nice job covering some of the Redskins best receivers including a few times against Pierre Garcon today. Coach Gruden said that Amerson is playing with a lot of “Swag” out there and that he likes what he sees from the second year corner. Amerson has gotten much better at using his long frame and arms to jam receivers and put himself in a favorable position from the beginning. I like Amerson’s chances of taking the next step in his development and becoming a more solid, consistent starting corner.

That’s all for now, have a Redskins question? Leave a comment! Or tweet me @Justin_Byram, or email me at jwbyram@email.msmary.edu

About Justin Byram

Justin Byram is the Washington Redskins Page Editor for District Sports Page. Justin started writing about the Redskins with the Maryland Sports Blog and currently contributes to Hogs Haven, Son of Washington, and Pro Player Insiders. You can email him at JustinByramWriting@yahoo.com and follow him on twitter @Justin_Byram.

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