The Washington Redskins will begin their offseason training program on April 16 with two weeks of weight training activities before transitioning to on-field training the first week of May.
The National Football League on Monday announced the offseason workout schedules for all 32 teams, and the Washington Redskins will be returning to the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park in Loudoun County, Va., two weeks from today on April 16.
The Redskins will begin their offseason training with two weeks of Phase One workouts. During Phase 1 workouts, players are limited to just strength and conditioning workouts along with physical rehabilitation.
After Phase One workouts have been completed, the team will be able to transition to on-field work during Phase Two. Phase Two will consist of three weeks of on-field workouts that may including player instruction and drills along with team practices that can be conducted on a "separates" basis.
Finally, Phase Three workouts will take place over May and June prior to the players departing for their final time away before training camp. While the players will be on the field, no live contact is permitted during this phase, but 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills are permitted.
The Redskins will host their three weeks of OTAs on the following days:
- May 22-24
- May 29-31
- June 4-7
The Redskins will also hold their annual rookie minicamp for players selected in the 2018 NFL Draft, college free agent signing and other invites from May 11-13 at the team's headquarters.
Finally, mandatory minicamp will take place from June 12-14.