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  1. Backup O-Line Gets Chance on Sunday

    Aug 12, 2006, 9:47 PM EST

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    Talk about it on the CPND Message Board. The Washington Redskins will take the field in Cincinnati at 8:00 PM Eastern on Sunday night, but the real game won’t begin until 45 minutes or an hour later. Oh, sure, it will be interesting to see if the Redskins’ “first-team” offense can put together a smooth…

  2. Gibbs’ Redskins Take It Easy

    Aug 12, 2006, 9:46 PM EST

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    We may lose and we may win thoughWe will never be here againSo open up, I’m climbin’ in,So take it easy –The Eagles As we approach mid August, NFL training camps are in full swing. Across the country from Flowery Branch, Georgia to Albany, New York to Oxnard, California, and many points in between two-a-days…

  3. Collins, Campbell Duke It Out

    Aug 9, 2006, 2:41 PM EST

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    We don’t often see training camp battles on display this clearly. With Mark Brunell sitting out practice (actually he was there standing with the offense and a very interested spectator), veteran Todd Collins and second-year player Jason Campbell took turns running the offense in Tuesday afternoon’s practice. The two are fighting it out to see…

  4. O-line struggles vs. D-line

    Aug 9, 2006, 2:40 PM EST

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    It was about in the middle of the proceedings during Monday afternoon’s practice. As the so-called skill players engaged in 7 on 7 passing drills, the grunts, the offensive and defensive linemen, went to the other end of the field to work on some one on one pass blocking. The first to line up were…

  5. Collins, Campbell Duke It Out

    Aug 9, 2006, 10:41 AM EST

    We don’t often see training camp battles on display this clearly. With Mark Brunell sitting out practice (actually he was there standing with the offense and a very interested spectator), veteran Todd Collins and second-year player Jason Campbell took turns running the offense in Tuesday afternoon’s practice. The two are fighting it out to see…

  6. O-line struggles vs. D-line

    Aug 9, 2006, 10:40 AM EST

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    It was about in the middle of the proceedings during Monday afternoon’s practice. As the so-called skill players engaged in 7 on 7 passing drills, the grunts, the offensive and defensive linemen, went to the other end of the field to work on some one on one pass blocking. The first to line up were…

  7. Brunell Right on Target

    Aug 6, 2006, 1:10 PM EST

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    Mark Brunell was super sharp in Saturday’s scrimmage against the Ravens. He had zip on the ball, he had touch, and he appeared to know the offense as though he’d been playing in it for 10 years. Receivers were catching balls in perfect stride, having just to open their hands a bit to let the…

  8. Brunell Right on Target

    Aug 6, 2006, 9:10 AM EST

    Mark Brunell was super sharp in Saturday’s scrimmage against the Ravens. He had zip on the ball, he had touch, and he appeared to know the offense as though he’d been playing in it for 10 years. Receivers were catching balls in perfect stride, having just to open their hands a bit to let the…

  9. Are Redskins Talking Too Big?

    Aug 5, 2006, 10:56 PM EST

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    A few days ago I complained because Mike Wise had an Alan Alda moment at the beginning of his column on Andre Carter. So today, he comes up with a whole Alda-like column. His issue is that the players are talking too much about winning the Super Bowl. In his column entitled “Big Pronouncements in…

  10. TO Getting Brittle With Age?

    Aug 5, 2006, 10:55 PM EST

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    Well, well. For the past couple of days, Terrell Owens, the man who some are saying will turn the Dallas Cowboys from a 9-7, out of the playoffs unit into one that will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy next February, has been on the sidelines with a hamstring pull. While plenty of stars are sitting…

  11. Are Redskins Talking Too Big?

    Aug 5, 2006, 6:56 PM EST

    A few days ago I complained because Mike Wise had an Alan Alda moment at the beginning of his column on Andre Carter. So today, he comes up with a whole Alda-like column. His issue is that the players are talking too much about winning the Super Bowl. In his column entitled “Big Pronouncements in…

  12. TO Getting Brittle With Age?

    Aug 5, 2006, 6:55 PM EST

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    Well, well. For the past couple of days, Terrell Owens, the man who some are saying will turn the Dallas Cowboys from a 9-7, out of the playoffs unit into one that will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy next February, has been on the sidelines with a hamstring pull. While plenty of stars are sitting…

  13. Gray Matters

    Aug 5, 2006, 1:26 PM EST

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    There are some new articles out there about Jerry Gray, the Redskins’ new cornerbacks coach. One is by Howard Bryant of the WP, the other by Melinda Waldrop, the new beat reporter for the Daily Press in Hampton Roads. Both made the point that he may not be around here for long. Bryant wrote of…

  14. Gray Matters

    Aug 5, 2006, 9:26 AM EST

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    There are some new articles out there about Jerry Gray, the Redskins’ new cornerbacks coach. One is by Howard Bryant of the WP, the other by Melinda Waldrop, the new beat reporter for the Daily Press in Hampton Roads. Both made the point that he may not be around here for long. Bryant wrote of…

  15. This just in: Williams will coach who is there

    Aug 4, 2006, 11:35 AM EST

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    Mike Wise had a good column about Andre Carter in Thursday’s Post. The part worthy of discussion, though, came in the opening of the piece when Wise talked about Gregg Williams and showed that he (Wise) doesn’t quite get it: There was a telling moment Tuesday in Ashburn when Gregg Williams was asked whether he…

  16. Surprise vs. Execution

    Aug 4, 2006, 11:34 AM EST

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    The Redskins offense will be full of surprises for the opposition this year. I mean, if you’re going to have your running back throw a bomb to a wide receiver in an open practice, well, imagine what Al Saunders is holding under wraps. While the offense isn’t that different from last year’s in terms of…

  17. Tough Salave'a Back at Practice

    Aug 4, 2006, 11:33 AM EST

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    I may have said this way too often, but Joe Salave’a is one tough sumbitch. He played last year in ungodly pain in his foot, pain caused by plantar fasciitis that would have had most of us calling in sick to our day jobs. After one game he was standing there in his bare feet…

  18. This just in: Williams will coach who is there

    Aug 4, 2006, 7:35 AM EST

    Mike Wise had a good column about Andre Carter in Thursday’s Post. The part worthy of discussion, though, came in the opening of the piece when Wise talked about Gregg Williams and showed that he (Wise) doesn’t quite get it: There was a telling moment Tuesday in Ashburn when Gregg Williams was asked whether he…

  19. Surprise vs. Execution

    Aug 4, 2006, 7:34 AM EST

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    The Redskins offense will be full of surprises for the opposition this year. I mean, if you’re going to have your running back throw a bomb to a wide receiver in an open practice, well, imagine what Al Saunders is holding under wraps. While the offense isn’t that different from last year’s in terms of…

  20. Tough Salave’a Back at Practice

    Aug 4, 2006, 7:33 AM EST

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    I may have said this way too often, but Joe Salave’a is one tough sumbitch. He played last year in ungodly pain in his foot, pain caused by plantar fasciitis that would have had most of us calling in sick to our day jobs. After one game he was standing there in his bare feet…

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