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Washington Redskins training camp dates revealed

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Washington Redskins training camp dates revealed

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Training camp dates have officially been revealed for all 32 NFL teams, including the Washington Redskins.
The Washington Redskins recently concluded what seemed to be a successful phase one of offseason workouts. Rookies were quickly imbued into the scheme in rookie minicamp, the newer components of the team meshed well in organized team activities, and mandatory minicamp capped off the sequence well.

For now, the players will rest. They’ve earned it. And they need to use that rest as best as they can. Because in just a little more than a month, they’ll be back on the practice field. And the 2018 NFL regular season will be one month closer.
The Washington Redskins’ training camp will begin on July 25. Both rookies and veterans will be obligated to show up on the same day. The dates vary across the league, but most teams are expected to be fully immersed in training camp activities by July 25. All NFC East teams have the same dates, except for the New York Giants. Their rookies will be expected to report on July 22, while the rest of the team will join them on July 25.
The long break will benefit the Washington Redskins, who are still in the process of recovering from injuries sustained last season. Key offensive starters such as Chris Thompson, Jordan Reed, Trent Williams, and Morgan Moses all spent phase one of offseason workouts recovering from injuries, and many more players came out of last season seriously banged up.

With this long break, players will be given another opportunity to freshen up, and when the starting date for training camp comes around, they will be able to devote one hundred percent of their effort to improving with their team mates. They’ll be practicing with the New York Jets in training camp. That competition should fuel quicker progression and team building ahead of the season.

In a sense, the later date for the Washington Redskins could be a detriment, as other teams will have a head start. But all reports suggest that the Washington Redskins made great progress in organized team activities. Alex Smith already has the offensive scheme under his belt. The rookies have progressed well, and players like Derrius Guice and Trey Quinn (!!!) are naturally attracting hype.

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