According to a report on Pro Football Talk the Green Bay Packers will be reporting to their team facility on Saturday for a three-day minicamp. Jason Wilde, who reports on the team for ESPN Milwaukee confirmed the report, saying it was "100 percent true."
This is not the only report of NFL teams getting back to work this weekend. Jeremy Shockey, who signed with Carolina before the lockout, told BustedCoverage.com that the Panthers also will be reporting to its headquarters on Saturday.
Multiple reports have said that the players will vote to ratify the proposed CBA, which apparently still has a few details that need to be ironed out, on Wednesday and the NFL owners will vote to approve it on Thursday. The lockout could end at any time after the owners vote.
It would be safe to assume that the Redskins will be having some sort of get-together over the weekend if such gatherings are permitted. Stay tuned for news on this as it becomes available.
Update: This from the Twitter feed of John Keim of the Washington Examiner:
#Redskins have heard nothing about a possible minicamp this weekend. doesn't mean won't happen; but if there r plans for 1, not advanced