Redskins’ veteran linebacker London Fletcher has seen a few first days of organized team activities in his long career, but the perennial team captain said Monday the excitement heading into the 2012 campaign is unique.
He spoke to the media after Monday’s first day of OTAs.
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Monday’s first round of organized team activities was definitely a learning experience for Redskins rookies, like running back Alfred Morris.
Morris — drafted in the sixth round in the 2012 draft out of Florida Atlantic — said the coaching staff simply let them worry about playing football Monday at the Redskins’ indoor training facility.
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The Washington Redskins opened up organized team activites for the 2012 season Monday at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Va.
The team’s first OTAs of 2012 also marked another first: The first time the Redskins’ indoor training facility was ever put to use for football activities.
Rain in the area Monday morning forced OTAs inside.
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The offeseason additions of wide receivers Pierre Garçon and Josh Morgan could pay big dividends for Redskins’ receiver Leonard Hankerson.
With Garçon, Morgan and Hankerson among a talented nucleus of receivers that also includes Anthony Armstrong, Santana Moss, Terrence Austin and others, some experts — like ESPN’s Mel Kiper — think Hankerson could be primed for a breakout season as a serious deep threat in 2012.
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