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Players Arrive In Richmond For Training Camp


206 days. That's how long its been since the Washington Redskins played a game.

While the players won't take the field to play any opposition for a full 60-minute game until Aug. 7 (against the New England Patriots at FedExField), they have arrived in Richmond, Va., to get the 2014 season started at training camp.

Starting tomorrow, the players will give it their all on the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center practice fields, hoping to lay that first brick to an eventual NFC East crown -- the second in three seasons -- and more.

Over the last few hours, some of the players have taken to social media, exclaiming their joy of being back in the Commonwealth's capital city to get it going again.

Have a look at what they've been saying below (click on Instagram photos for complete captions):

Quarterback Robert Griffin III

Headed to Richmond Baby!!!! Football is Back!!!! — Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) July 22, 2014

Wide receiver Pierre Garcon

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Last night I cried tears of joy — Pierre Garçon (@PierreGarcon) July 23, 2014

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson

Tight end Niles Paul

Let the journey begin, I'll see you guys in Richmond #HTTR — Niles Paul (@Niles_Paul84) July 22, 2014

Tight end Jordan Reed

Camp bound httr — Jordan M. Reed (@Real_JordanReed) July 23, 2014

Wide receiver Nick Williams

Cornerback Tracy Porter

Defensive lineman Chris Baker

Kicker Kai Forbath

Safety Ryan Clark




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