Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor is on a one-year, $6 million contract (with $2 million in incentives) that gives him a chance to prove he can be a consistently productive receiver in the NFL. He's only played the position for one full season after starting his pro career as a quarterback. Speaking to Clinton Portis during Saturday night's preseason game against the Packers, Pryor said he views his short-term deal the same way Kirk Cousins probably views his own.
LANDOVER, MD — The Redskins’ first-team offense struggled early once again, but they eventually managed to get their feet under them and put some points on the board. The Packers got a touchdown drive out of Aaron Rodgers and they came away with a 21-17 win in what was the second preseason game for both teams. Kirk Cousins and company went three and out on each of their first three possessions. The second one started in the red zone after a fumbled punt and the Redskins mustered a field goal.
RICHMOND - Camp lingered a bit too long, as these things tend to do, but the Redskins players didn't let that slow down the action on the field. If anything, it seemed the Redskins defense wanted to end their time in Richmond beating the offense. It's been talked about, but Kendall Fuller had a strong three weeks. He ended the camp with an impressive interception in 1v1 drills and lock down defense in team drills. More news and notes:<>Want more Redskins?
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