Highlights of the day: There were two, both involving the pass game -- one that went for the defense and another that went for the offense. On the first, quarterback Alex Smith attempted to hit receiver Robert Davis on a deep ball down the middle. But... espn.com/espn/now?nowId…
The Redskins ran full-contact 11-on-11 sessions at the goal line and with the No. 2 units. It was their most physical practice of the summer by far. RB Samaje Perine had the best run, hitting rookie LB Shaun Dion Hamilton en route to a score.
Alex Smith's legs made a difference in the red zone. He ran a bootleg to the right and had RB Byron Marshall for a possible score in the front corner of the end zone. But CB Josh Norman was there. Instead, Smith sprinted into the end zone. It was there.
This is a wonderful gesture by the #Nats and well deserved. Dave was such a nice man and loved the game - whether you were watching A-ball in Woodbridge with him as the official scorer or at a big-league game in DC.
Jay Gruden pretty high on tight end Jeremy Sprinkle. Said they “put him in the oven and let him cook a little bit” and that he’s shown clear development. A hard type of player to find. #Redskins happy with his progress and development
Gruden says Shaun Dion Hamilton still isn't 100 percent after tearing the ACL in his right knee last season. But Gruden said Hamilton is "doing a good job; smart; chan handle all the calls. Very instinctive."
Gruden says Shaun Dion Hamilton still isn't 100 percent after tearing the ACL in his right knee last season. But Gruden said Hamilton is "doing a good job; smart; can handle all the calls. Very instinctive."