5 Things Washington Redskins’ Veterans Can Learn from Incoming Rookies

June 26, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Prior to the start of the Washington Redskins season, we tend to hear how veterans take rookies under their wing and show them the ropes—educating them on how things are done in the big leagues. While this is a valuable lesson that allows rookies to learn the ins and outs of the NFL experience, often times it is the rookies who have something to teach the veterans.
This season, the Redskins have seven incoming rookies who were drafted and selected for their abilities, potential and long-term contributions to the team. Each of them made a name for themselves in college and have the talent to merit a consideration on the team's 53-man roster.
As it turns out, all 254 NFL rookies have gathered this week at the Cleveland Browns practice facility for the NFL Rookie Symposium—an annual event that requires the league's newest players to attend. It is during this week incoming rookies learn some of the best ways to make the transition from college to the pros.

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