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  1. Zorn to let vets sleep at home

    Jul 22, 2009, 8:07 AM EST

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    This story came out last week when I was knee deep in getting the book out, but I do want to address it. According to Jason LaCanfora, now of the NFL Network, Jim Zorn is going to let veteran players–those with four or more years of NFL service—spend the night at home during training camp.…

  2. 53: The Wide Receivers

    Jul 21, 2009, 4:05 PM EST

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    Between now and the start of training camp I’ll be making my predictions about who will be on the final 53-man roster for the Washington Redskins–who’s there, who’s in, who’s on the bubble, and who’s out. The predicted roster will be revised and updated as preseason events warrant. Today, the wide receivers: Who’s here Now:…

  3. Actually, Coach Joe. . .

    Jul 21, 2009, 12:12 PM EST

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    Joe Gibbs appeared on the debut of Mike Wise’s show on WJFK radio yesterday. Among the topics he addressed were the trials and tribulations of Jason Campbell, the quarterback that Gibbs himself handpicked to be the signal caller of the future. And here’s what he had to say (as quoted by Dan Steinberg in the…

  4. Potential Camp Phenom: Robert Henson

    Jul 21, 2009, 9:30 AM EST

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    A camp phenom, as discussed in an earlier post, is a player who creates a buzz in training camp. He is generally a rookie who was drafted late in the second day or not at all. Or perhaps it is a guy who has bounced around a few training camps looking for a chance. Whoever…

  5. 53: The Quarterbacks

    Jul 20, 2009, 7:00 PM EST

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    Between now and the start of training camp I’ll be making my predictions about who will be on the final 53-man roster for the Washington Redskins–who’s there, who’s in, who’s on the bubble, and who’s out. The predicted roster will be revised and updated as preseason events warrant. Today, the quarterbacks. Who’s here Now: (4)…

  6. Classic Camp Battle: 1982 Moseley vs. Miller

    Jul 20, 2009, 4:05 PM EST

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    When the Washington Redskins reported to training camp is Carlisle, Pennsylvania on July 23, 1982, there was considerable uncertainty in the air. A player’s strike loomed on the horizon. Nobody quite knew what to make of the Redskins including the players and coaches themselves. Was their 8-3 finish in 1981 an indicator of better things…

  7. 53: The Quarterbacks

    Jul 20, 2009, 3:00 PM EST

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    Robert Griffin III and Jason Campbell

    Between now and the start of training camp I’ll be making my predictions about who will be on the final 53-man roster for the Washington Redskins–who’s there, who’s in, who’s on the bubble, and who’s out. The predicted roster will be revised and updated as preseason events warrant. Today, the quarterbacks. Who’s here Now: (4)…

  8. Redskins’ Hall a Man at Work

    Jul 20, 2009, 1:00 PM EST

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    In the final weeks before grind of training camp, you generally find NFL players in Bermuda, by a lake, sleeping in at home, hanging out in Las Vegas or engaging in just about any activity that does not involve a football. But not DeAngelo Hall. The Washington Redskins cornerback was in Minnesota last week attending…

  9. Redskins’ Hall a Man at Work

    Jul 20, 2009, 9:00 AM EST

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    DeAngelo Hall

    In the final weeks before grind of training camp, you generally find NFL players in Bermuda, by a lake, sleeping in at home, hanging out in Las Vegas or engaging in just about any activity that does not involve a football. But not DeAngelo Hall. The Washington Redskins cornerback was in Minnesota last week attending…

  10. Classic Camp Phenoms

    Jul 19, 2009, 9:12 PM EST

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    They’re as much a part of summer as sunburn, triple-digit heat index readings, and mosquito bites. Every August, young players hopeful of making an instant impact in the NFL pop up at Redskins training camp. These phenoms create a buzz among reporters and the fans. Sometimes the player winds up being a star and sometimes…

  11. Classic Camp Phenoms

    Jul 19, 2009, 5:12 PM EST

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    They’re as much a part of summer as sunburn, triple-digit heat index readings, and mosquito bites. Every August, young players hopeful of making an instant impact in the NFL pop up at Redskins training camp. These phenoms create a buzz among reporters and the fans. Sometimes the player winds up being a star and sometimes…

  12. Hello Goodbye Renaldo Wynn?

    Jul 18, 2009, 10:39 AM EST

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    A new player added to the mix on an NFL team means that the job of at least one other player is threatened. NFL rosters are a zero sum game. For each opportunity given to a draft pick or free agent signing, one is lost by another, usually older, player. After the April draft I…

  13. Hello Goodbye Renaldo Wynn?

    Jul 18, 2009, 6:39 AM EST

    A new player added to the mix on an NFL team means that the job of at least one other player is threatened. NFL rosters are a zero sum game. For each opportunity given to a draft pick or free agent signing, one is lost by another, usually older, player. After the April draft I…

  14. Jarmon selection is succession planning

    Jul 17, 2009, 12:37 PM EST

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    The Redskins’ selection of Jeremy Jarmon came as a surprise to many; to almost everyone, in fact, except for readers of this blog (sorry, on the rare occasions that I get one right I have to toot my horn). Few were even aware that the Supplemental Draft was going on, not surprising given that the…

  15. Jarmon selection is succession planning

    Jul 17, 2009, 8:37 AM EST

    The Redskins’ selection of Jeremy Jarmon came as a surprise to many; to almost everyone, in fact, except for readers of this blog (sorry, on the rare occasions that I get one right I have to toot my horn). Few were even aware that the Supplemental Draft was going on, not surprising given that the…

  16. Draft Day: Redskins after UK's Jarmon?

    Jul 16, 2009, 1:40 PM EST

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    It’s draft day! Well, sort of. The NFL’s supplemental draft is being held today and the league’s teams will be mailing it in. Actually, they’ll be emailing it in. Each team will send an email into the league office that may contain a draft-pick bid for each of the eight players who have, for various…

  17. Draft Day: Redskins after UK’s Jarmon?

    Jul 16, 2009, 9:40 AM EST

    It’s draft day! Well, sort of. The NFL’s supplemental draft is being held today and the league’s teams will be mailing it in. Actually, they’ll be emailing it in. Each team will send an email into the league office that may contain a draft-pick bid for each of the eight players who have, for various…

  18. Roller coaster thriller vs. Raiders 10.02.83

    Jul 13, 2009, 9:00 AM EST

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    This wasn’t the biggest comeback in terms of sheer points, but it may well be the biggest from the point of view of points per minute. I’ve never heard a half-empty stadium so loud (yes, about half of the crowd were of little faith). In retrospect, though, it may have been better if they Skins…

  19. Roller coaster thriller vs. Raiders 10.02.83

    Jul 13, 2009, 5:00 AM EST

    This wasn’t the biggest comeback in terms of sheer points, but it may well be the biggest from the point of view of points per minute. I’ve never heard a half-empty stadium so loud (yes, about half of the crowd were of little faith). In retrospect, though, it may have been better if they Skins…

  20. Lombardi in Carlisle 07.10.69

    Jul 10, 2009, 9:00 AM EST

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    It was 40 years ago today that Vince Lombardi had the first practice of his only training camp with the Redskins. It ushered in an era of hope that came to a crushing end when Lombardi died of cancer before he could conduct his second training camp. He brought the team its first winning season…

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