Redskins Training Camp Profile: S Troy Apke
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By Jacob Camenker

LANDOVER, MD – AUGUST 16: Defensive back Troy Apke #30 of the Washington Redskins celebrates with defensive tackle Ondre Pipkins #78 after intercepting a pass thrown by quarterback Sam Darnold #14 of the New York Jets (not pictured) in the first half of a preseason game at FedExField on August 16, 2018 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Troy Apke‘s second season is a crucial one and he will have to prove himself during the Washington Redskins’ 2019 training camp.

The 2018 NFL Draft got off to a great start for the Washington Redskins. In the first round, they landed Daron Payne, a potential top-tier nose tackle who would plug one of their defense’s biggest holes over the course of the past decade.

One Day 2 of the draft, they landed Derrius Guice, who slipped in the draft despite being a potential late-first/early-second round prospect. They earned a third-round pick by trading down to get Guice and picked up Geron Christian, a tackle with high athletic upside who fit the draft range.

Ahead of their fourth-round pick on Day 3, there was some buzz growing about who they could take. Could they grab one of the offensive guards on the board to plug the hole they had at left guard? Or could they add a receiver like DaeSean Hamilton to improve their offense? The potential seemed endless and the team had many...



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