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  1. Landry will play both safety spots

    Jun 12, 2008, 1:20 AM EDT

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    Will LaRon Landry be the Washington Redskins’ free safety this year, the position where he played his best ball after moving in after the loss of Sean Taylor? Or will he play strong safety, the position he was drafted to play? During this week’s OTA’s, we got the answer. Both. According to Steve Jackson, Landry…

  2. Landry will play both safety spots

    Jun 11, 2008, 9:20 PM EDT

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    Will LaRon Landry be the Washington Redskins’ free safety this year, the position where he played his best ball after moving in after the loss of Sean Taylor? Or will he play strong safety, the position he was drafted to play? During this week’s OTA’s, we got the answer. Both. According to Steve Jackson, Landry…

  3. Santana Moss—X-man

    Jun 10, 2008, 10:40 AM EDT

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    Santana Moss is going home. No, he’s not going back to Miami or even to New York. According to my friend John Keim at the DC Examiner, he’s returning to the X-receiver position, the spot where he has enjoyed his greatest success in the NFL. The two wide receiver spots on the Washington Redskins (and,…

  4. Santana Moss—X-man

    Jun 10, 2008, 6:40 AM EDT

    Santana Moss is going home. No, he’s not going back to Miami or even to New York. According to my friend John Keim at the DC Examiner, he’s returning to the X-receiver position, the spot where he has enjoyed his greatest success in the NFL. The two wide receiver spots on the Washington Redskins (and,…

  5. Jansen at Center a problem of altitude

    Jun 9, 2008, 12:06 PM EDT

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    During last week’s OTA’s, Joe Bugel said that, as of now, Jon Jansen is the Washington Redskins’ #2 center behind Casey Rabach. “Jon has been a back-up center in college and we have him working at back-up center,” Bugel said. “We always want to get the five best guys on the field, so if Rabach…

  6. Jansen at Center a problem of altitude

    Jun 9, 2008, 8:06 AM EDT

    During last week’s OTA’s, Joe Bugel said that, as of now, Jon Jansen is the Washington Redskins’ #2 center behind Casey Rabach. “Jon has been a back-up center in college and we have him working at back-up center,” Bugel said. “We always want to get the five best guys on the field, so if Rabach…

  7. Back from OBX; more archive updates

    Jun 7, 2008, 11:32 PM EDT

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    I’ve been away the past few days. Awfully inconsiderate of the Redskins to schedule OTA’s during the only four days of the year that I’ll get out of town. The beach house in Corolla, NC (Northern Outer Banks) was nice, although the color wasn’t one that I would choose. But, as seems to be the…

  8. Back from OBX; more archive updates

    Jun 7, 2008, 7:32 PM EDT

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    I’ve been away the past few days. Awfully inconsiderate of the Redskins to schedule OTA’s during the only four days of the year that I’ll get out of town. The beach house in Corolla, NC (Northern Outer Banks) was nice, although the color wasn’t one that I would choose. But, as seems to be the…

  9. Moss had the Irish flu

    Jun 5, 2008, 2:29 AM EDT

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    As it turns out, the “flu” that caused Santana Moss to sit out Monday’s OTA practice came not from a bug but from a bottle. The wide receiver had a weekend extravaganza to celebrate his 29th birthday. Two “celebrity” events (the adjective is in quotes because some of those attending were the likes of Mike…

  10. Moss had the Irish flu

    Jun 4, 2008, 10:29 PM EDT

    As it turns out, the “flu” that caused Santana Moss to sit out Monday’s OTA practice came not from a bug but from a bottle. The wide receiver had a weekend extravaganza to celebrate his 29th birthday. Two “celebrity” events (the adjective is in quotes because some of those attending were the likes of Mike…

  11. Schweigert signed for one year

    Jun 3, 2008, 11:26 AM EDT

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    The contract that Stuart Schweigert signed with the Washington Redskins was a one-year deal. From David Elfin at the Washington Times: The Washington Redskins signed former Oakland Raiders free safety Stuart Schweigert to a one-year deal yesterday. The 26-year-old Schweigert, who will receive a bonus if he makes the team according to a team source,…

  12. Schweigert signed for one year

    Jun 3, 2008, 7:26 AM EDT

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    The contract that Stuart Schweigert signed with the Washington Redskins was a one-year deal. From David Elfin at the Washington Times: The Washington Redskins signed former Oakland Raiders free safety Stuart Schweigert to a one-year deal yesterday. The 26-year-old Schweigert, who will receive a bonus if he makes the team according to a team source,…

  13. Rocky practices?

    Jun 3, 2008, 12:31 AM EDT

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    While accounts by both Jason LaCanfora and the Associated Press both said that Rocky McIntosh was on the sidelines during today’s OTA session, Dave Elfin of the Washington Times apparently saw something different. Per the Redskins 360 blog: The Redskins are back on the field for the first time since May 8 and the big…

  14. Schweigert brings starting experience

    Jun 3, 2008, 12:01 AM EDT

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    On Friday, the Washington Redskins signaled that they were not happy with their situation at safety and signed a potential backup in Justin Hamilton. Today, they made it loud and clear that they wanted to upgrade the position substantially when they signed a potential starter at safety in Stu Schweigert. In four seasons with the…

  15. Rocky practices?

    Jun 2, 2008, 8:31 PM EDT

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    While accounts by both Jason LaCanfora and the Associated Press both said that Rocky McIntosh was on the sidelines during today’s OTA session, Dave Elfin of the Washington Times apparently saw something different. Per the Redskins 360 blog: The Redskins are back on the field for the first time since May 8 and the big…

  16. Schweigert brings starting experience

    Jun 2, 2008, 8:01 PM EDT

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    On Friday, the Washington Redskins signaled that they were not happy with their situation at safety and signed a potential backup in Justin Hamilton. Today, they made it loud and clear that they wanted to upgrade the position substantially when they signed a potential starter at safety in Stu Schweigert. In four seasons with the…

  17. Skins sign S Schweigert

    Jun 2, 2008, 5:41 PM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins further bolstered the safety position by signing ex -Raider Stuart Schweigert. Here's the press release, more later. Ashburn, VA – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed free agent safety Stuart Schweigert (pronounced Shwi-gert).   In addition, the team released linebacker Rian Wallace. Schweigert (6-2, 210) played his first four…

  18. Skins sign S Schweigert

    Jun 2, 2008, 1:41 PM EDT

    The Washington Redskins further bolstered the safety position by signing ex -Raider Stuart Schweigert. Here's the press release, more later. Ashburn, VA – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed free agent safety Stuart Schweigert (pronounced Shwi-gert).   In addition, the team released linebacker Rian Wallace. Schweigert (6-2, 210) played his first four…

  19. Is Justin Hamilton more than camp fodder?

    Jun 2, 2008, 11:11 AM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins signed safety Justin Hamilton, who was out of the league in 2007, on Friday. Normally, that’s all the mention that the acquisition of a street free agent would merit. But Hamilton may, just may, be more than mere camp fodder. Hamilton is 6-3, 217 and at the 2006 combine he ran 4.55…

  20. Is Justin Hamilton more than camp fodder?

    Jun 2, 2008, 7:11 AM EDT

    The Washington Redskins signed safety Justin Hamilton, who was out of the league in 2007, on Friday. Normally, that’s all the mention that the acquisition of a street free agent would merit. But Hamilton may, just may, be more than mere camp fodder. Hamilton is 6-3, 217 and at the 2006 combine he ran 4.55…

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