Beck enlisted a buddy to stand on top of the bleachers and videotape the practice, so Beck (and presumably others) could watch the session later, according to Ryan O’Halloran of CSNWashington.com. That’s the not the only tape work Beck did.
The presumptive Redskins starter cracked up the Redskins media when he told them he’s been researching his new rookie teammates by watching their highlights on YouTube.
“You can watch all these guys. I had no idea Evan Royster was the leading rusher in Penn State history. Today, I was like, ‘Hey man, congrats, that’s pretty sweet. I had no idea.’ It’s cool to learn about your because everybody has a story and they’ve all worked hard to get here,” Beck said.
We’re still not completely convinced Beck is going to be the starting QB for Washington in Week One. If he’s not, perhaps he could be the video coordinator.