It is not rare to see some prominent guests at an NFL practice and on Wednesday the Redskins were no exception hosting Virginia head coach Mike London and members of his staff.
With the conclusion of minicamp and just more than a month until the Redskins are due in Richmond for training camp, Robert Griffin III plans on a vacation. But he doesn't expect to be alone.
With London Fletcher retired, many expected the Redskins to target inside linebacker help via the draft and free agency.
It's no secret Jordan Reed has the talent to become an elite tight end in the NFL. In two games last October, Reed combined for 17 catches, more than 200 yards and a touchdown.