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Old 08-21-2010, 12:53 PM   #16
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Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.

Kelly is done IMO. Why keep a guy that is injury prone? I'm not sure we should even keep R D Williams
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Old 08-21-2010, 01:26 PM   #17
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Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.

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Jim Haslett, the Redskins' overlooked defensive coordinator, deserves kudos - ESPN

I think this is a great piece of info as well from ESPN.com
What I am realizing more and more is that Shanahan is not just an amazing leader/coach but is also and excellent motivator. His techniques both with his players and his staff really elevates the team play and keeps it high.
The quick paced practices really forces everyone to pay attention and be ready. His calling out slackers and making them run sprints keeps them on their toes. Canceling practices and letting players rest when the play level in practice drops helps maintain the high level of play.

I really like this:
"Shanahan is conducting an interesting experiment with some of his former players. In the past couple of weeks, he has turned to his former standouts to help teach these Redskins his system. Former Broncos star Terrell Davis spent more than a week with the Redskins, helping pass along the lessons he learned in Shanahan's offense.
Former Buccaneers and Broncos running back Michael Pittman has done the same. Former Raiders, Panthers and Broncos quarterback Steve Beuerlein has been brought in to work with Redskins quarterbacks. And even former Broncos and Jets safety Steve Atwater is now in Washington, working with Redskins defensive backs. The former players have enjoyed getting a taste of the coaching life."

I guess what I am really trying to say is one of Shanahan's strengths is creating a really productive and positive work environment.
I like it.
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Old 08-21-2010, 02:27 PM   #18
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Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.

Sounds good all around for our Skins. Can't wait to blank dallas in week one.
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Old 08-21-2010, 02:30 PM   #19
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Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.

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Jim Haslett, the Redskins' overlooked defensive coordinator, deserves kudos - ESPN

I think this is a great piece of info as well from ESPN.com

Very good read and gives some insight as to why Haslet got the job in DC, as much as all of us were dissappointed with the hire of Jim Haslett, I like the hire and what he could bring to this team.

Schefter hit on alot of good things Haslett brgins to a team that already has great players.
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Re: Now that camp is over, ESPN has training camp reports.

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I for one am thrilled at how healthy we got through camp. Sure Kelly is hurt, but what's new there? My biggest concern health-wise is Jamaal Brown's hip. We really need him.
I got a question for you. Figured you could answer it best since these guys are your friends.

One "complaint" I heard about the previous Redskins trainers was that their training methods were unconventional and maybe a bit ahead of its time, so a lot of players resisted their methods.

What sayeth the Scud?
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