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Mattyk 05-08-2010 11:50 AM

Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
There's no media access to minicamp today, so we don't have any first-hand accounts of how the first practice session unfolded. But here's what we do know so far:

[url=http://voices.washingtonpost.com/redskinsinsider/redskins-minicamp-a-day-1-obst.html]Redskins Insider - Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary[/url]

tryfuhl 05-08-2010 12:25 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
sweet

SirClintonPortis 05-08-2010 12:36 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
I like that RB trio pic.

The Goat 05-08-2010 01:41 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
Cool!

Very glad to hear Heyer isn't in the starting lineup. What we have there looks pretty solid over the last 2 years assuming Williams can transition to the pro game and Casey improves his game.

RB pic was pretty cool. Johnson is a BIG dude.

Mechanix544 05-08-2010 02:19 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
Willie parker will end up the squads leading rusher this season.

Dirtbag59 05-08-2010 02:26 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
[quote=The Goat;699614]Cool!

Very glad to hear Heyer isn't in the starting lineup. What we have there looks pretty solid over the last 2 years assuming Williams can transition to the pro game and Casey improves his game.

RB pic was pretty cool. Johnson is a BIG dude.[/quote]

Ironically our line looks pretty good pick wise. Two first rounders, two third rounders, and an UDFA in Hicks. Then backing them up we have a fourth, two seventh rounders, and an UDFA with starting experience.

53Fan 05-08-2010 02:29 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
Looks like they have a lot of LB's in camp. Good. Lot's of competition. The final roster should be very interesting this year.

artmonkforhallofamein07 05-08-2010 02:33 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
I like the things coming out of Redskins park. These are big changes and i like the participation from all. That pic of the three rbs is awesome. And yes you are right johnson is a beast of a man!! Lol... I like the oline alignment although I really didnt expect BMW to be able to hold down that RG spot. Don't the guys have to eb pretty athletic in this system?

mlmpetert 05-08-2010 02:37 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
Pft syas moss isn't attending, because he got his knee scoped. Prob a good thing for dt and mk though.

NYCskinfan82 05-08-2010 02:40 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
Saw some video of the camp i beleive TW is wearing #71 he appeared to be limping at one point.

SirClintonPortis 05-08-2010 03:25 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
[quote=NYCskinfan82;699623]Saw some video of the camp i beleive TW is wearing #71 he appeared to be limping at one point.[/quote]
Trent has #72. Mike Williams has #71.

T.O.Killa 05-08-2010 06:58 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
[quote=SirClintonPortis;699626]Trent has #72. Mike Williams has #71.[/quote]
I think Trent was 71. I saw Kelly Johnson making jokes with BMW, about what that was all about. He said it was between him and the rookie. I think it is BS. I would hope if BMW is a starter and makes the roster the rookie should have to get another number.

SirClintonPortis 05-08-2010 07:42 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
[quote=T.O.Killa;699633]I think Trent was 71. I saw Kelly Johnson making jokes with BMW, about what that was all about. He said it was between him and the rookie. I think it is BS. I would hope if BMW is a starter and makes the roster the rookie should have to get another number.[/quote]
The official website has their numbers listed as such, 71 for Mike and 72 for Trent. The joking explanation is very plausible.

The Goat 05-08-2010 08:21 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
[quote=SirClintonPortis;699626]Trent has #72. Mike Williams has #71.[/quote]

Mike Williams has been oft injured during his career. I highly doubt he plays the whole season, so hopefully Chad Rhindehardt-atart is ready to kick some ass. I mean the kid was a friggin mauling LT in college. I know we was in the lower division but he's had 3 years to adjust and playing RG is much easier than LT.

...or I guess we could move Hicks to RG and bring Heyer off the bench to play RT :(

Dirtbag59 05-08-2010 10:21 PM

Re: Redskins minicamp: A Day 1 obstructed-view summary
 
[quote=The Goat;699638]Mike Williams has been oft injured during his career. I highly doubt he plays the whole season, so hopefully Chad Rhindehardt-atart is ready to kick some ass. I mean the kid was a friggin mauling LT in college. I know we was in the lower division but he's had 3 years to adjust and playing RG is much easier than LT.

...or I guess we could move Hicks to RG and bring Heyer off the bench to play RT :([/quote]

Actually according to Ross Tucker playing RG is tougher then you might think.
[quote]3. RIGHT GUARD

Without question the most difficult of the interior line positions, right guards are most likely to be left one-on-one with an elite inside rusher. The predominance of teams to slide their center to the left to protect the quarterback's blind side creates a greater value for the right guard position. Fourteen-year veteran Todd Steussie, currently available on the free agent market, says, "Right guard is definitely harder than left guard." Recently-retired lineman Todd Fordham, a 10-year NFL vet, agreed: "The left guard always has help."

Though the difference in value between the two guard spots is lessened somewhat in an offense that rarely slides the pass protections like the Colts, the strength of the formation often dictates that the right guard has the wider alignment, and thus more difficult assignment, on his side.[/quote]
[url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/writers/ross_tucker/04/02/oline.rankings/1.html]SI.com - Writers - Building blocks (cont.) - Friday April 4, 2008 11:53AM[/url]


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