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Soon, the Redskins will return to Redskins Park and begin training together as a team.
For now, the team is all over the country – like Niles Paul in West Palm Beach, Florida – but still working hard as they prepare for the season.
Above, Paul flashes the hands that made the Redskins re-sign him over the offseason. In 2014, the wide receiver-turned-tight end recorded career-bests in receptions (39), yards (507) and touchdowns (1).
"I'm excited to be back. This is home," Paul told Larry Michael, Voice of the Redskins, after signing his new contract. "Last year was really the first year I got to show what I was capable of as a player. Now that the coaches know what I'm capable of, I think it'll create more opportunities for me in this offense."
Paul isn't the only one working hard this offseason while away from the facility, fellow wide receivers Andre Roberts and Pierre Garçon are both grinding away, as well.