Washington Redskins: NFL Network Will Stream Evening Practice
The Washington Redskins resume training camp Monday with a walkthrough open for media at approximately 10:40 a.m. At 3 p.m., the team will hold a full practice open to the fans, as they continue to prepare for the upcoming 2012 season.
If you’re unable to attend camp today and instead will be flipping through sports networks trying to find clips of practice, today is your lucky day. As a part of NFL Network’s new show “Training Camp daily”, the network is sending reporter and NFL Sunday Ticket rockstar, Scott Hanson around the league showing live action from each respective club’s practice.
Yesterday, Hanson had the privilege of attending Andrew Luck’s camp debut and called it the second best QB performance he’s seen so far in his camp tour. Hanson has visited both the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers among others, and declared Luck the second most accurate passer – behind his predecessor, Peyton Manning.
Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck will forever be compared after being touted as two of the most impressive QB prospects ever. So to say the competition begins today may be a little premature, but possibly a highly accurate statement.
Scott Hanson gushed over the two time Heisman trophy runner up and 2012 1st overall pick – Andrew Luck and now he has an opportunity to compare the 2012 Heisman trophy winner and 2nd overall pick only a day after. Giving Hanson a fresh opportunity to compare each prospect – though in practice, on a network that hasn’t been too kind to the Washington Redskins.
I’m hoping when NFL Network streams live 11 on 11 action that analyst like Heath Evans gets to see the different plays Washington is implementing for their new QB.
Emmanual Benton is a featured Washington Redskins columnist for Rantsports.com. If you enjoy talking Redskins and all things NFL, follow Emmanual on Twitter: Follow @Roccoskins
Giants Need To Hit The Ground Running vs. Redskins
The Giants hit the road to face the Redskins on Sunday, and the ground game must be the focus to help the G-Men keep their NFC East lead. Read More