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Bill Callahan working his interior offensive linemen at multiple positions

Washington Redskins offensive line coach Bill Callahan is taking an interesting approach to his interior offensive line. Instead of allowing each player to practice at one position and get the most possible repetitions there, he is working his offensive guards at multiple spots along the line, including at center.“Every one of these guards that we have are cross-trained at center...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Added size is key to Redskins' new-look offensive line

The Washington Redskins have undergone quite the overhaul along the offensive line this offseason. For starters, the right side of their offensive line is currently projected to feature two new starters in right guard Spencer Long and right tackle Brandon Scherff. In addition, long gone are the days of Mike Shanahan's entirely zone-blocking scheme. New offensive line coach Bill Callahan...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Bill Callahan's new scheme demands a lot from Redskins' offensive linemen

When the Washington Redskins snagged offensive line guru Bill Callahan away from the Cowboys this offseason, they meant business. Callahan was credited with turning that Cowboys line into one of the best units in the NFL, and his offensive line success stories date back to when he first started coaching. The Redskins hope he can bring the same success, but it's not going to be easy...
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June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Spencer Long will approach 2015 the same way, but now he is a starter

When the Washington Redskins released starting right guard Chris Chester last week, a new chapter was born for second year lineman Spencer Long. The third-round pick from the 2014 NFL Draft has been handed the keys and he will get the first shot at replacing Chester at right guard. Redskins head coach Jay Gruden believes that after a full season of learning behind Chester and the...
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June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

A look back at the Washington Redskins 2014 NFL draft class

It’s way to early to be evaluating the 2014 NFL draft. So I wont. What I will do is give a general estimation of where each selection’s career seems to be heading. I’ll almost definitely be way off in the long run, but that’s just how drafts go, right? Round 2 – LB Trent Murphy (47th Overall) Trent Murphy had a solid rookie season, but it wasn’t great by any means....
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Redskins sign Spencer Long and Lache Seastrunk

The Washington Redskins have signed two of their 2014 NFL Draft selections.  Redskins announced today that they have signed third round pick Spencer Long and sixth round pick RB Lache Seastrunk. Long was Washington’s third round draft selection out of Nebraska, the 78th pick overall.  He was one of two draft choices in the first three rounds that added to Washington’s offensive...
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May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins Assign Uniform Numbers for new Draft Picks

Redskins Assign Uniform Numbers for new Draft Picks The Washington Redskins have announced temporary uniform numbers for  this week’s rookie minicanp for each of their 2014 NFL Draft selections, the numbers are subject to change. Trent Murphy – 93 Morgan Moses – 76 Spencer Long – 60 Bashaud Breeland – 26 Ryan Grant – 14 Lache Seastrunk [...]
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins Use Extra Third Round Pick On Nebraska Guard Spencer Long

With their second selection in the third round, the Redskins selected guard Spencer Long from the University of Nebraska. The 6’5″ 320 pound Cornhusker missed the last six games of 2013 with a torn meniscus and MCL sprain in his knee. Long reportedly recovered in time for a strong showing at Pro Day in Lincoln. It’s the third time that Washington has taken a guard in the last...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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