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Redskins Training Camp

The Redskins dive into preparations for the upcoming season.

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Rough Start, Big Finish
Article | A source within the NFL says Redskins defensive end Phillip Daniels injured a left knee ligament and could miss the upcoming season.
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Redskins' Wideouts Have Gains In Mind
Article | With fans eager to cheer at Redskins Park, wide receiver Santana Moss put on a show. The crowd erupted Monday when Moss made several impressive catches on deep balls from quarterback Jason Campbell as Coach Jim Zorn unveiled new elements of his West Coast offense.
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Doughty Confronts Loss of Hearing
Article | Redskins safety Reed Doughty has overcome a lot in his short career, having to deal with hearing loss and watching his young son go through a kidney transplant.
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Redskins Lay a Lot On the Line
Article | Injuries and bad luck conspired to leave the Redskins scrambling for bodies along the offensive line last season, and with players like Randy Thomas, above, not getting any younger, age and health are of paramount concern.
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An Island of Confidence
Article | Go ahead, doubt him. Take the thought of Colt Brennan succeeding in the NFL and rip it, crumple it, toss it to the side like a wad of marked-up notebook paper.
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In the End, a Good Fit
Article | Jason Taylor is introduced at Redskins Park on Monday as the type of player the Redskins have long coveted but rarely possessed -- a supreme pass rushing defensive end who can elevate the play of an entire defense.
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Fletcher Is Out in Front
Article | Linebacker London Fletcher is without question one of the dominant figures in the Redskins' locker room just one year after arriving as a free agent.
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A Key Cog Gets Back In Working Order
Article | Redskins cornerback Carlos Rogers proves to himself again in practice that all of his coverage skills are still there after having reconstructive knee surgery, but he is still being brought back slowly.
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Best-Case Scenario
Article | The Washington Redskins and their followers knew this day would come for Darrell Green; it was only a matter of when. They had begun to doubt whether it would arrive for Art Monk.
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Top Pick Could Miss Two Preseason Games
Article | Receiver Devin Thomas, the Redskins' top draft pick, is carted off the field Thursday after straining his right hamstring and could miss the first two preseason games.
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Redskins Rookie's Mission
Article | Redskins rookie wide reciever Malcom Kelly, who made a recent trip to Monrovia, Liberia, to raise awareness for Mercy Ships, a global charity that operates floating hospitals, was changed irrevocably by what he witnessed.
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Inspired by Grandfather, Toler Battles to Win Job
Article | After being signed and released three times last season, Burl Toler III is scraping to win a roster spot at the crowded wide receiver position motivated all the while by lessons learned from his grandfather, the NFL's first African American game official.

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