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    D-Hall Officially Announces Retirement Chase Roullier is getting up to speed with Redskins — as starting center and with his new QB – The Washington PostThe second-year center and new Redskins quarterback Alex Smith have “little brainstorming sessions” as both learn the offense.Redskins Youth Chase Roullier Jersey , Preston Smith have not started contract talks | NBC Sports WashingtonPreston Smith is a good performer at a premium position for the Redskins but neither side has made a move to tie Smith to Washington beyond this year.Need to Know: Is Rob Kelley a lock to make the Redskins’ 53-man roster? | NBC Sports WashingtonNeed to Know: There is a lot of competition at running back but has Rob Kelley already secured a roster spot?Josh Doctson gives Redskins an injury scare during Wednesday’s practice – The Washington PostThe extent of the injury is unknown after Washington’s third-year wide receiver collided with cornerback Josh Norman, but early indications are he’ll be okay.Former Redskins safety DeAngelo Hall swears — literally — that he is now retired – The Washington PostHe also offers high praise of Washington cornerback Quinton Dunbar.Here’s what happened on the play that hurt Josh Doctson, per Josh Norman | NBC Sports WashingtonJosh Norman discusses the red zone drill that ended up with Josh Doctson falling down hard on his shoulder.Zach Brown to NFL: Lowering-the-head rule is ‘ridiculous’ | 106.7 The FanBrown blasts the NFL for trying to crack down on something that happens on “100 percent of the tackles.”Redskins RB Chris Thompson still on the road to recovery from broken leg | NBC Sports WashingtonChris Thompson looked great running the ball on Tuesday, but that’s in part because of a “hands-off” order for the defense.Chase Roullier Devotes Training Camp Practices To Being VersatileWith the offensive line sustaining a number of injuries in 2017, the 6-foot-4 center has bought into the fact that he might have to play in multiple spots if necessary.PHOTOS: 2018 Washington Redskins Training Camp Day 6, PracticeThe Washington Redskins conducted their sixth day of training camp practice Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center in Richmond, Va.Practice Notes: 2018 #SkinsCamp, Day 6Redskins.com’s Jake Kring-Schreifels and Grant Cohen break down the key plays and highlights from Day 6 of the Washington Redskins’ 2018 training camp in Richmond, Va.DeAngelo Hall Officially Announces His Retirement, Reflects On Football CareerThe longtime Redskins defensive back took the podium Wednesday at training camp to officially announce that his playing days had finished after 14 years of football.Chris Thompson Is Being Cautious As He Works Back Into The OffenseThe third-down running back is ramping up his recovery process nine months after breaking his leg. It’s not fully healed, but he’s hoping to still make an impact as training camp progresses.Redskins at the Bye – Studs and Duds The bye week gives Redskins fans little to talk about, as the team can’t even hold practices during the off-week. The bye comes a bit early this year, but make no mistake about it, the Redskins needed the week off to get healthy and focused on a remaining schedule that is anything but a cake-walk. This is not your normal weekly Studs and Duds, but instead, a compilation from the first three games. Studs:Adrian Peterson – The 33 year old back has found new life in DC Youth Josh Doctson Jersey , carrying the ball 56 times, for 236 yards and three touchdowns over three games. He is averaging 4.2 yards per carry, and has even contributed in the passing game, collecting 5 receptions for 100 yards. Jordan Reed – Reed, who entered the season healthy, has caught 14 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown, but we knew a healthy Reed was capable of those numbers. What has stood out is his improved blocking in the run game. Chase Roullier – Over the first three games, Roullier has been our most consistent offensive linemen (yes, even better on a whole than Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff – taking all aspects of O-line play into account). The amazing part is that he kicked over to left guard last game, and didn’t miss a beat. He has looked excellent when asked to pull, both at the point of attack and in space. The second year interior lineman will need to stay consistent as the season progresses, but overall, he’s off to a great start. Jonathan Allen – Through three games, Allen has posted 10 tackles and two sacks. He’s been a menace to opposing quarterbacks producing multiple hurries and quarterback hits. DaRon Payne – The rookie has been just as disruptive as his Alabama teammate, collecting 10 tackles of his own and adding a sack. His presence and relentless motor have been felt all game by opposing offenses. Matt Ioannidis – Although Ioannidis has not played as many snaps as his two counterparts, his presence has been felt none-the-less. He leads the team in sacks with three, and also has a fumble recovery. He looks completely un-blockable at times. D.J. Swearinger – Swearinger has not been perfect in coverage, but he has recorded a team leading two interceptions Youth Quinton Dunbar Jersey , and is tied for the team lead with four passes defended. He has 11 solo tackles and is the vocal leader of the secondary, and an enforcer on the back end of a solid defense. Duds:Josh Doctson – Many thought the third-year pro would be in store for a breakout season, but that is off to an incredibly slow start. Through three games, he’s been targeted just 13 times, and has hauled in a meager five catches for 48 yards. As usual, he’s had trouble securing the football whether open or covered, and can’t seem to shake tight coverage to get himself open. If there is any silver lining to his start, it’s that all five of his receptions went for first downs. Ryan Kerrigan – It’s hard to believe Kerrigan is on this list, but he’s been a complete non-factor through the first three game, collecting just two tackles…that is it! Josh Norman – Norman has collected 15 tackles and a fumble recovery on the young season, but he’s yet to record a pass defended, and he’s been burnt in coverage WAY too often for a guy considered to be the team’s best defensive back. Zach Brown – Brown has not looked the same as he did last year, where he was playing sideline-to-sideline, and collecting tackles all over the field. Maybe it’s just a slow start for the veteran linebacker who missed most of the team’s OTA,and was not on the field for many preseason snaps. Let us know if you agree or disagree, and who else you may like to add, in the comments section.

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