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Best Training Camp Battle of 2009

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View Poll Results: What Will Be The Closest Camp Battle
Starting Left Defensive End 11 5.09%
Starting Right Tackle 110 50.93%
Starting Kicker 9 4.17%
Nickle Corner 13 6.02%
#5 Wide Receiver 45 20.83%
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Old 07-23-2009, 08:27 PM   #31
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I would say RT . Unless Jarmon has a monster camp , Its Danials job . I hope we see alot of Orakpo at RDE and LDE atleast as a pass rusher during pre seaeson , as I believe he will end up at DE for years . As far as RT , is Bridges going to get any work at RT ? RG should be a battle if RT is not 100 % ,,, Rinehart and Bridges should compete as well . Im curious , do you guys think big Al is a lock at DT ? I will say , if we are improved at RT and LDE ,,,, we should kick some tail this year !
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Old 07-23-2009, 09:57 PM   #32
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Good point 53!

vallin, as for Barnes, see the article below. Barnes got a 41 on the Wonderlic. While the Wonderlic is an imperfect measure, we still have reason to think that he may pick up the defense quickly from a mental standpoint.



ASHBURN, Va. (AP)—The Washington Redskins signed third-round draft pick Kevin Barnes(notes) to a four-year deal with a $782,500 bonus.

Barnes is a cornerback who played at Maryland and was the 80th overall pick in April.

Also Thursday, the Redskins cut two rookie free agents: defensive end Derek Walker of Illinois, and wide receiver Jaison Williams of Oregon.

Barnes started all 20 games he played over the last two seasons at Maryland.

He posted the highest score (41) on the Wonderlic logic-thinking test given to prospects at this year’s NFL Combine and is also well-known for a big hit that became an Internet sensation. Barnes leveled California’s Jahvid Best last season, leaving Best on the ground several minutes before the running back vomited.
Thanks Lotus, yeah I think he has the smarts as well as the talent. I'm glad we got him signed, and I think he'll be a solid contributor this year.
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Old 07-24-2009, 08:27 AM   #33
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RT, it is the only one that is going to come down to the wire. One of those recievers is going to separate himself from the pack and it is going to be obvious early who should stay.
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Old 07-24-2009, 11:09 AM   #34
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Jaison Williams (along with Derek Walker) was cut today.
I think Marko has turned some heads and now is the front runner for the 5 spot at wr IMO
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Old 07-24-2009, 11:10 AM   #35
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I think Marko has turned some heads and now is the front runner for the 5 spot at wr IMO
lol based on what? Camp hasn't even started yet, I'm not sure we can pencil anyone in at the #5 spot just yet.
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Old 07-24-2009, 11:22 AM   #36
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I think Marko has turned some heads and now is the front runner for the 5 spot at wr IMO
Last I heard from anyone inside Redskins Park (and I think this was a Stan Hixon interview), Roydell Williams is the front runner for #5 spot right now...though ultimately I think it won't be him
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Old 07-24-2009, 11:51 AM   #37
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lol based on what? Camp hasn't even started yet, I'm not sure we can pencil anyone in at the #5 spot just yet.

Jaison,Marko and Roydell were said to be the front runners for the spot. Jaison is gone and Marko is big,can stretch the field and has caught everything thrown his way.
Roydell?? Yeah thats just what we need, ANOTHER WR coming off of season ending injury. COMEON MAN!!

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He still has a long way to go is all I'm saying.

It's definitely premature to assume he's the #5 WR before camp even starts.
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Old 07-24-2009, 12:12 PM   #39
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He still has a long way to go is all I'm saying. It's definitely premature to assume he's the #5 WR before camp even starts.

Ill agree with that, im just sayin he has good size and speed. obviously he has great hands. put him at the 5 spot and let him develop. I wasnt saying the guy was ready to start but he does show promise of being a good wr and maybe we can get him on the field in certain situations.
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The big thing to see is can he get open against NFL defenses? He's a bit on the lanky side and is going to have to deal with physical corners, and he needs to learn the nuances of running routes at this level.

Roydell Williams has a leg up on him in those areas.
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Old 07-24-2009, 02:23 PM   #41
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I would not mind at all seeing him thrown in with Santana and and DT in a 3WR set, on a flat out go route, maybe even sneak Cooley across the middle. Of course this all comes down to giving JC the time to drop back 7 and heave.
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Last I heard from anyone inside Redskins Park (and I think this was a Stan Hixon interview), Roydell Williams is the front runner for #5 spot right now...though ultimately I think it won't be him
Roydell Williams

Just checked out some video on Roydell Williams, this guy has a knack for getting open, has decent speed and can catch. Hope he makes it on as the 5th reciever...
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If I were to bet, I'd bet Roydell ends up at #5.
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Roydell Williams

Just checked out some video on Roydell Williams, this guy has a knack for getting open, has decent speed and can catch. Hope he makes it on as the 5th reciever...
I like Roydell, thought he was coming on as a solid receiver in Tennessee. But his special teams contributions are suspect at best. I want the #5 WR to be a special teams beast (a la Thrash).
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Old 07-24-2009, 09:44 PM   #45
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Hey guys, i know this is off topic but the word on espn is that KC DE T.Hali may be released if he cant transition to OLB in their 3-4 scheme. what do you guys think of makin a run at him if he is let go?
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