The Washington Redskins have already held two rounds of players-only workouts in April and May, and now, it appears they will also hold some more in June. Several players told Mike Jones of the Washington Post that the plan is to hold three more workouts in mid-June, likely June 14-16.
Jones reports that the goal of the June session will be to continue learning the team's systems.
When they gather, the Redskins will do their best to continue learning and re-learning their offensive and defensive systems. Last week, the players, using copies of scripts and playbooks given to them by coaches on April 29th, the day the NFL's lockout was briefly lifted, were able to go over instructions that would have been covered on the first and second days of a normal organized team activity session. That included running positional, 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills.
It's not yet clear how many players will attend. The workouts in April ranged from 20 to 30 players, while the workouts in May included around 40 players each day.