The Redskins returned to practice Monday after taking a break Sunday.
Defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth participated in his first 11-on-11 drills of training camp after finally passing his conditioning test Saturday. Haynesworth worked with the second team defensive line at end and nose tackle. He looked good in spurts but still isn't at the top of his game after missing the first nine days of camp because of that pesky conditioning test.
The team ran about 120 plays in two-and-a-half hours without pads Monday.
Still not joining the team was wide receiver Malcolm Kelly, who is still battling hamstring issues. He did do extensive work on the sideline.
Rookie left tackle Trent Williams has impressed teammates and coaches. He has the best lateral quickness of any lineman assistant coach Chris Foerster has had, and Foerster has been working with NFL offensive linemen for 18 years.
The hardest part, Williams said, has been learning all of the plays.
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