Need To Know: Five Things We\'ve Learned From Redskins Training Camp

Justin Hunter hasn't had a good run of things since being drafted to stay in state with the Tennessee Titans. He missed almost all of organized team activities due to injury.

Wide receiver coach Shawn Jefferson didn't hesitate to speak his mind about how Hunter was handling the injury, sparking up a bit of controversy in the process:

Justin needs to get his butt going. Sometimes, we have to fight through things. That's how I was taught with Bill Parcells. If it ain't broke, then I'm not hurt. This is a very crucial time. This is where we see the growth in the kid, where he gets used to going through some adversity.

Bernard Pollard later chimed in on questioning Hunter's toughness once training camp had begun. Overall, Hunter has not performed well during practices as highlighted by his poor performance during the team's scrimmage.

The receiver rookie "dropped two balls, including one that bounced off his chest," according to Titans insider Jim Wyatt.

Hunter will need to step his game up to gain the trust of Jake Locker and his teammates, let alone be able to handle the mental and physical rigors of the NFL.

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