The Redskins offensive line should be a strength, though it's not always evident in practice. The linemen say they have meshed off the field and that's a big plus. And they've gotten to know one another as more than just football players, stemming from lunches and dinners together (including some at Morton's).
August 4, 2003
Rod Jones jumped at the opportunity to play right guard for Washington, even though he never played it before during his first six seasons. But the 6-foot-5, 355-pound Jones knows what it takes to play there and the Redskins say he has the size to do well. Jones, who played for St. Louis last year, also knows what it takes for a team to be successful. Here's one surprise: he says the Redskins have ''lots more talent'' than St. Louis did.
May 28, 2002