Redskins hope to learn Junior Galette's fate soon

ASHBURN, Va. -- The Washington Redskins return to practice with an 11:45 a.m. workout Tuesday; only the first 30 minutes are open to the media. Here are three areas of interest for your wake-up call:

  1. LB Junior Galette. There’s a feeling that the Redskins will learn about any possible suspension this week. The NFL has continued to review cases involving him, though they have not said what specific incident might cause a suspension. The Redskins are hopeful it will be two games or less. Galette just wants to learn his fate. “That would be great; the sooner the better,” Galette said. “[Commissioner Roger Goodell] is a pretty fair guy. Whatever he calls is his decision. I’ll be blessed regardless; I’m with a great organization that’s taken me in.”

  2. Injuries. Corner DeAngelo Hall remained sidelined Sunday, but he’s someone who absolutely needs work. The Redskins only practice three days this week (Tuesday through Thursday) and play Saturday. I worry less about receiver DeSean Jackson and his shoulder than I do about Hall because the latter missed all but one game last season as well as spring workouts.

  3. QB Robert Griffin III. Always is a topic and always will be given the importance of the position. Griffin had a fine practice the other day, but more is now needed and expected. But his health will continue to be monitored coming off the concussion. He certainly looked OK in practice Sunday, a good sign for him.