During a lockout, there are technically no Washington Redskins. The players aren't being payed, they aren't allowed int he facility and they can't even be in contact with the organization.If I were them, I would take a vacation and think of something other than football. But (among many, many other reasons) that's why I'm not the starting LT of the Redskins.â†µ
"I don’t think nobody’s doing anything different," said Williams, the fourth-overall pick last year. "You’re basically just working with your trainer a little bit longer until the lockout ends. We’re doing everything that correlates to football, just being ready, trying to be the best you can be."â†µ
Williams has been working out with some of his former Oklahoma teammates in Houston for the past few weeks, in hopes of being in the best shape he can when the Redskins get back to action. And I'm sure that's something that will make Redskins fans happy.