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Video Montage From Wednesday’s Practice

Posted by Andrew Walker on August 15, 2012 – 3:50 pm

(AP photo)

With training camp now behind them, the Washington Redskins on Wednesday officially got into more of a regular-season practice schedule.

The team had a 45-minute walk-through practice outside at their Ashburn, Va. facility Wednesday before practicing for a solid couple hours.

The practice — as usual — began with about a half-hour of stretching a drill work.

Here’s some video of the offensive and defensive units getting into those drills and polishing up the fundamentals in preparation for Saturday’s preseason game at the Chicago Bears:

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2 Responses to “Video Montage From Wednesday’s Practice”

  1. By Anthony King on Aug 15, 2012 | Reply

    Great video although some constructive criticism. I could’ve made a much better video montage displaying only the key plays of practice, using a HD 1080p camera with a wind protector, and using maximum zoom to get the best possible shot. If you need any help with creating more/better Redskins video content, don’t hesitate to contact me. It’s my expertise. My video I created at fan appreciation day was also featured in Burgundy Blog.

  2. By Andrew Walker on Aug 15, 2012 | Reply


    I appreciate the tips. Unfortunately — as has been the case all season — we (as in all media) are only allowed to shoot about the first 30 minutes of practice, which includes stretching and individual positional drills. After that point, the team goes into its formations and starts running actual plays, and we are not allowed to use our cameras at all.

    The rules are different for the fans in the crowd, who are allowed to shoot whenever they want — even when the team is in its formations and running actual plays.

    I’d love to bring you all key plays from practice, but I hope you now understand why I can’t.

    As for my equipment, I’m simply using an iPhone and iMovie, which are the best methods I can use to get these videos out as quickly as possible. I understand it isn’t the best quality, but I would hope you would expect the great video to come from our wonderful Redskins Broadcast Network staff.

    Thanks for reading and for the comment!

    – Andrew

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