Walk along the sidelines of Redskins OTAs, and it's hard to miss a new set of drills that look very different.
Most teams have one coach call the offensive plays. On many teams, that person is the offensive coordinator. On others, the head coach calls the plays.
In each of the past three years, Niles Paul has made progress in his transformation from wide receiver to tight end.
This offseason, he completed that transformation.
OTA report: The Redskins continue to shuffle their backup offensive linemen in an effort to gain some flexibility in reserve.
Need to Know: Jay Gruden talking about David Amerson, toughness at cornerback, and winning programs.