Here is the promised RG3 report from Mondays practice:To get the question that has been buzzing around Twitter and elsewhere answered, no, RG3 did not throw any long passes. Well, he did find Leonard Hankerson in the end zone with a Hail Mary pass from about 35 yards. But we still havent seen him heave the ball downfield and have his receiver run under it. I suspect that well see that on Sept. 9 in New Orleans, if not sooner.Griffin did do a lot of what he has been doing best in practice, firing darts to receivers and tight ends running quick slant patterns. Its not the most thrilling play to watch but it could set up a lot of second and five situations through the season.One thing that RG3 has done a lot and continues to do is run. It's difficult to tell how effective his running is since the defense can't even give him a hard shove. He were going to get a peek at him running on Thursday but he called an audible away from a keeper when he saw the defense stacked to stop it.For the day, Griffin was 8-14 with the one TD on the Hankerson Hail Mary and no interceptions.Completions: Moss, Cooley, Garon 4, Hankerson
Incompletions: Moss 3, Royster, Davis, Hankerson
Kyshoen Jarrett was one of the best stories on the Redskins last year. A 6th-round rookie from Virginia Tech, Jarrett found his way into an important role for Washington as the slot cornerback, and saw his playing time steadily increase throughout the season.
Then, in a meaningless Week 17 win over the Cowboys, Jarrett sustained a shoulder injury. But the shoulder injury wasn't the worst part as he sustained nerve damage that stunted his rehab.
In a move that surprised few who saw him this summer, on Monday the Redskins waived Jarrett with a failed physical designation.
From a football sense, the 'Skins secondary should still be much improved after the signing of free agent Josh Norman and drafting Kendall Fuller, another Hokie, in the third round this year. From a personal sense, the Jarrett news is sad to see, as coaches and teammates often said he was a hard worker with what appeared to be a good NFL career in front of him.
Jarrett played in 16 games last year, making 58 tackles to go with four passes defensed and a forced fumble.
Just days before training camp begins, Junior Galette again tore his Achilles and will be out for the year. Are there any edge rushers available on the gree agent market that the Redskins would consider?
One name stands out: Greg Hardy.
Though a disappointment on the field and a mess off of it for the last two seasons, few players in the NFL can get after quarterbacks like Hardy once did. In 2012 and 2013 Hardy combined for 26 sacks and a trip to the Pro Bowl.
Undoubtedly Hardy's name carries a lot of personal questions. A lot. But that won't scare off everybody in the NFL - in fact, Hardy recently worked out for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The guess here is Washington does not even consider Hardy, but stranger things have happened.
Another name that will be mentioned is Dwight Freeney. At 36 years old, Freeney's best days are behind him, but the veteran was able to post eight sacks last year with the Cardinals. Arizona smartly deployed Freeney in a strict situational role, and if the 'Skins could come up with a similar plan, he might be a fit.
Beyond Freeney and Hardy, it's hard to see a current free agent that would be better than the Redskins options behind Galette. And given Hardy's history, it's unlikely he is an option.
Considering Washington won the NFC East last year without Galette, and second-year LB Preston Smith could continue to emerge after eight sacks his rookie season, it would not be a surprise if Scot McCloughan simply stands pat.
Junior Galette has suffered a torn Achilles tendon and he will miss the entire coming season.
No, you did not accidentally click on a post from last summer. After missing all of last season with a torn Achilles on one foot, Galette tore the other one doing some drills on Sunday, according to Rand Getlin.
That will knock him out for the 2016 season.
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The Redskins took a chance in signing him just after the start of training camp last year. The Saints had cut him loose, taking a big salary cap hit in the process, after some issues with domestic violence. After talking to Galette, GM Scot McCloughan decided to sign him to a one-year deal with no guaranteed money at the league’s minimum wage.
But before Galette could even play so much as a preseason game he suffered a torn left Achilles tendon in practice and was out for the year.
The Redskins re-signed him to an incentive-laden deal in the spring with the hopes that he could have a big year and justify getting a big-money deal in 2017.
Galette was on the verge of breaking out with the Saints, posting 12 sacks in 2013 and 10 in 2014. There were big expectations for him this year but we will have to wait until 2017, when he will turn 29, to see if he can make it back.
The Redskins still have some pass rushing firepower at outside linebacker with Ryan Kerrigan (9.5 sacks in 2015) and Preston Smith (8) but they say that you can’t have too many pass rushers and Galette was going to be an important cog.
The Redskins begin training camp in Richmond, Va. on Thursday, July 28.