Here are some of the highlights from Friday morning's practure:
Play of the Day: During red zone drills, Rock Cartwright took a handoff, broke a tackle at the line of scrimmage, then rushed through a seam into open field. Cartwright, who is listed at fullback but has played some at tailback during training camp, drew the day's largest ovation when he crossed into the end zone.
Player: Andre Lott, the Redskins' fourth-round draft pick in 2002, continues to make a name for himself. During Friday's practice, he recorded an end zone interception during red zone drills. Later, he met Sultan McCullough with a hard tackle on a swing pass, limiting the second-year running back to a minimal gain. Said assistant head coach-defense Gregg Williams: "Andre has solid corner movement skills, now I need to see him have safety toughness skills."
Quote: "You have to incorporate your speed along with your hands, because if you get a guy's hands off you, he can't block you. That's the key to pass rushing. If you can get a guy's hands off you, you're going to be in the quarterback's face a lot." -- linebacker Marcus Washington, discussing pressuring the quarterback.
Atmosphere: It was another subdued, workmanlike practice. After practice, Gibbs once again signed autographs for fans lined up along a barrier. Later, he interrupted a media session to sign more autographs for fans, some of whom were in wheelchairs.
-- Practice ended after 90 minutes and most of the team broke up with their position coaches for 15-20 minutes of extra work. Assistant head coach-offense Joe Bugel worked with offensive linemen and tight ends on one field, while linebackers coach Dale Lindsey worked with his crew on the opposite field.
-- Arrington was interviewed by FOX's Terry Bradshaw on Thursday night after practice. It was an honor for the three-time Pro Bowl linebacker, who was emotional after the interview and stayed late at Redskins Park to get a photograph of the Hall of Famer. Arrington, of course, grew up in Pittsburgh where Bradshaw and the 1970s-era Steelers were icons.
-- Punter Tom Tupa, who played quarterback for the Phoenix Cardinals in the early 1990s, showcased his arm when he casually tossed a 50-yard pass to Ethan Albright at midfield. It was noticed by only a few because it was on the field farthest away from the fans.
-- There have been few tussles throughout training camp, despite hard hitting on both sides.