Two-minute drill gives Robert Griffin III more chances to grow

RICHMOND, Va. -- The Washington Redskins, as usual, have two practices Monday -- at 10:35 a.m. and 3 p.m. It'll be hot. I won't bother you with the temperature so if you come bring water and sunscreen (I mean bring it for me). Here are three areas of interest for your morning wake-up call:

  • Bill Callahan. The Redskins' offensive line coach is scheduled to speak to the media Monday, so we can ask him about his group, including rookie right tackle Brandon Scherff and guard Spencer Long. Do not be alarmed by anything you read about Scherff. Maybe he'd eventually be a better guard; I don't know. But he moves better than players the Redskins have had at that spot in recent years. I still think this tandem has a chance, but no idea when it clicks. Regardless, Callahan can fill us in on their development.

  • The two-minute offense. Quarterback Robert Griffin III has run it fairly well throughout camp and I want to see it again Monday (they're scheduled to work on this again). It's a big part of his development so the more we see him run this, the better we get a feel for where his game is headed. So far so good for Griffin.

  • Injuries. Along with padded practices comes more injuries and the Redskins had a couple on Sunday, including running back Matt Jones (knee) and receiver DeSean Jackson (finger). We'll get an update on their issues and if they have to miss any time. Jones' injury did not appear that serious as he was able to walk to the locker room without much issue.