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  1. One reporter during practice remarked that fourth-round rookie John Bates had the best hands of any receiver on hand. We're not going to be that effusive in praise but the tape at Boise State backs up Bates having soft hands. https://www.si.com/nfl/washingtonfootball/news/wfts-day-1-rookie-mini-camp-observations-brown-and-bates-catch-everything
  2. Wide receiver Dax Milne earned praise from Rivera for his sharp route running. Rivera said Milne, a slot receiver, is a little bigger than the typical player at that position, but that wasn't viewed as a negative by the coach. https://richmond.com/sports/professional/practice-observations-small-patterson-makes-big-impression-at-washingtons-rookie-camp/article_7e1dd9fa-031b-5fb2-bd81-1eb89787b359.html WFT's Ron Rivera commented after the session that seventh-round rookie Dax Milne was bigger in person than what he looked like on tape.
  3. Jaret Patterson grew 2½ inches on Friday, and, more importantly, picked up a key endorsement from his new coach. Patterson is a running back out of Buffalo who was signed by Washington as an undrafted free agent. His speed and game is undeniable, but it's his size that fans will notice first. The team's official roster, released Friday, listed him at a generous 5-foot-9. At his pro day this spring he measured in at 5-foot-6½. Regardless of the official measurement, he was hard to miss as Washington held its first on-field practice of
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