Nothing says football like midsummer heat, but the Washington Redskins open training camp on July 28. It’s the fourth straight summer in Richmond for three weeks of workouts, then comes the preseason and regular season that even includes a game in London.
For me, it means I shift the majority of my time from tour guide back to columnist for several media outlets. I do both year-round, but the Redskins have been my predominant interest since 1993 after 10 years of intermittent coverage.
So you’ll still see me on the sidewalks around town, but don’t be surprised to see me standing behind some Redskins player listening and writing.