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Redskins Players Have Yet To Plan Workouts

The Washington Post reports that as of now, Redskins players haven’t planned any workouts.

Redskins players haven’t yet made plans for any group offseason workouts or walk-through sessions, but will if the NFL lockout is permitted to stand after the April 6 hearing before U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson. There are reports that teams such as the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills already have begun coordinating private workouts. But Redskins linebacker Lorenzo Alexander said he and his teammates are waiting for now . They continue to work on their strength and conditioning on their own. Under normal circumstances, the Redskins’ official offseason conditioning programs would have started about now. (Last season, coach Mike Shanahan’s first offseason conditioning program began March 14 and consisted of players lifting weights and running sprints).


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