ASHBURN -- Dwayne Haskins played relatively well during Tuesday's Washington Football Team practice but he did have one unfortunate rep on a throw to the outside that Landon Collins intercepted and ran back for a touchdown.
The ball came out a bit late, and running back J.D. McKissic ran his route a bit flat. It wasn't perfect, and Collins pounced.
After practice, head coach Ron Rivera saw Haskins and McKissic working on that play and gave some additional insight.
Dwayne Haskins, J.D. McKissic and Dontrelle Inman staying behind after practice. Coach Ron Rivera came over to talk with Haskins. Working through what happened on the pick 6 pic.twitter.com/RS6tfPtjUk— Rhiannon Walker (@InstantRHIplay) August 25, 2020
McKissic and Haskins getting in some extra work. Focus on what McKissic needs to do on the route. Had been a pick six by Collins on similar route with McKissic earlier in practice. pic.twitter.com/0p8ScjGdeo— John Keim (@john_keim) August 25, 2020
Rivera has spoken highly of Haskins this training camp but he continues to say the second-year player needs to keep learning. Teachable moments like this might help.
"He's working on, he's done some really good things," Rivera said of Haskins. "We are a young football team that has a lot to learn."
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WATCH: Ron Rivera works after practice with Dwayne Haskins on Pick-6 throw originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington