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Redskins Training Camp

The Redskins' training camp continues in Ashburn.

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Redskins' Horton Is Ready to Start
Article | Redskins coaches are excited with the development of safety Chris Horton, whose diligent work ethic is paying off in his second year.
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Agreement With Orakpo Sweetens Smooth Start
Article | On the first day of his second training camp, Coach Jim Zorn found less to yell at players about. It wasn't that the coach was more laid back so much as it was that beginning their second season in Zorn's system, the players have many of the nuances down pat.
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Running Into His Twilight
Article | A solo pre-training camp trip to Berlin and a shift in overall attitude has Clinton Portis believing he can remain a high productive back even as the years, and carries, add up.
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Redskins' Punting Woes Could Get the Boot
Article | During an offseason in which the Washington Redskins again spent millions of dollars in free agency, the acquisition of punter Hunter Smith is, at first glance, merely a footnote.
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Redskins' Thomas and Kelly Get Their Hands on Second Chances
Article | After rookie seasons that never really got going, Redskins wide receivers Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly are eager to live up to expectations and to step in at wide receiver across from Santana Moss.
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Dixon Is Longest Of Long Shots
Article | Much of the focus during training camp has been on the Redskins' new $100 million defensive tackle. Albert Haynesworth, both affable and talented, could put his name on a car dealership if he wanted. And homes? He could build them in several states.
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The Key to Redskins' Success Continues to Rest With Moss
Article | There are a pair of tubs outside the locker room at Redskins Park, shielded from both the sun and the rain by a tent, and on Thursday morning Santana Moss hobbled up to one of them and slid in, uniform pants, thigh pads and all. The relief washed over his face, because the ice-cold water in what ...

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