A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, July 25, 2013.
--The first day of training camp has arrived. Here is a breakdown of today's schedule.
--What should you be looking for at training camp in the weeks to come? Our local insider gives you the main storylines to follow. One major question being asked is: will play a full season?
--Coming back from a serious injury takes patience and perseverance. One writer says Robert Griffin III is showing maturity beyond his years. #10 also has a model "iron man" on his team in London Fletcher.
--Training camp is finally here. One reporter gives his take on Robert Griffin III's participation from now until September.
--What can we expect from the Rookie of Year in his sophomore season? One analyst weighs in.
--It was reported yesterday that Redskins' defensive end Adam Carriker would not be available for the start of camp due to a nagging injury.
--The Redskins' move to Richmond is benefitting more than just the fans. Here is what the team's presence in Virginia's capital is doing for local business owners.
--Coach Mike Shanahan has had amazing success with quarterbacks. One local reporter says the head coach will be the one to keep Robert Griffin III out of harm's way.
--Kirk Cousins is a team player. Although he has been getting most of the first-team reps this offseason, he has no problem sharing them with the returning Griffin III.
--Take a look at the printed covers of the 2013 Redskins' season tickets.
--For a team to be successful, the quarterback and head coach [need to be on the same page.](http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/24/rg3-redskins-camp-mike-shanahan/?utmsource=feedburner&utmmedium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed: Sports-TheWashingtonTimesAmericasNewspaper (Sports - The Washington Times)) One reporter says the Redskins have that harmony already.
--Special Teams came up huge for Washington last season. Here is a preview of the Redskins' special teams unit.
--Robert Griffin III's love of the game and willingness to do whatever it takes to win is being compared to a legend not on the gridiron but on the basketball court.
3) QB @RGIII was cleared by Dr. Andrews last week but had to prove to coaches in a workout that he was ready to return to practice.
5) LB @LFletcher59: "We like our locker room. We like coming to work. When you have that...you can accomplish great things."