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Old 08-10-2011, 02:14 PM   #676
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Receivers all around having a good day catching almost all passes

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London Fletcher sees a drastic improvement with Cofield in the trenches. Another reason to be excited about the D
London Fletcher already notices Barry Cofield’s impact on Redskins - The Insider - The Washington Post
great news to hear! Last year our LB's got no inside pressure or help from the NT position. Anthony bryant was decent put sounds like Cofields the real deal
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Old 08-11-2011, 12:02 AM   #677
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Has anyone seen Reggie Jones. He is supposedly the suprise of camp, at times working with the first team a CB.
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Old 08-11-2011, 12:10 AM   #678
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Yeah it sounds like a lot of people think he has a legit shot at beating out Westbrook...which is a shame because everyone knows what a huge Westbrook fan I am
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Reed is a backup, Rabach was the starter, big difference. While in a perfect fantasy world your backups perform the same as your starter, it doesn't happen all the time. Especially when you go from Otogwe or Landry to Doughty. If Doughty was the starter, I could understand the complain, but he's a freaking backup.
Exactly. Reed is one of those guys that when the starter goes down you don't feel the need to freak out. I mean this isn't Madden. We can't just go out and sign Darren Sharper as a backup. On the other hand I heard Sam Shade is available.
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Old 08-11-2011, 05:01 AM   #680
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Receivers all around having a good day catching almost all passes

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London Fletcher sees a drastic improvement with Cofield in the trenches. Another reason to be excited about the D
London Fletcher already notices Barry Cofield’s impact on Redskins - The Insider - The Washington Post
Very encouraging article. Cofield could make a helluva difference in our "D" this year. Sounds like Fletch likes Bowen and Jenkins too. I'm starting to get "psyched"!
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Old 08-11-2011, 05:26 AM   #681
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well when you throw 2 high picks and 2 big FA signings into the front 7, they dm well better improve! especially when 2 others are pro bowlers.

honestly, i'm hoping our 7th round NT turns out to be a gem, cause having 2 good NTs to rotate would be amazing late in games.
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Old 08-11-2011, 09:58 AM   #682
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Very encouraging article. Cofield could make a helluva difference in our "D" this year. Sounds like Fletch likes Bowen and Jenkins too. I'm starting to get "psyched"!
Me too man, I am so pumped -- can't wait to see what the Skins do Friday night
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:38 AM   #683
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Yeah it sounds like a lot of people think he has a legit shot at beating out Westbrook...which is a shame because everyone knows what a huge Westbrook fan I am
Westbrook is an outstanding ST player. The Skins should think twice before cutting him.
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:39 AM   #684
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From Wednesday...Observations and analysis from Wednesday's Redskins practice: Practice observations and analysis: 8/10 - Washington Times


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And my story analyzing OLB Ryan Kerrigan's progress entering his first NFL game action: Redskins' top-pick Ryan Kerrigan learns the ropes as a linebacker - Washington Times
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From Wednesday...Observations and analysis from Wednesday's Redskins practice: Practice observations and analysis: 8/10 - Washington Times

On Leonard Hankerson:

"He has significant upside as a long strider who can stretch the field and use
his quality size (6-foot-2) on shorter routes, but the frequency at which he drops passes is a bit stunning"

I was really hoping Hank would start opposite Santana. I don't remember him having a problem with drops at the U but I guess he did. I remember him making big catches when everyone knew the ball was going to him. He looked like a great physical receiver. Hopefully, he puts some more time in catching footballs off the machine.
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"He has significant upside as a long strider who can stretch the field and use his quality size (6-foot-2) on shorter routes, but the frequency at which he drops passes is a bit stunning"

I was really hoping Hank would start opposite Santana. I don't remember him having a problem with drops but I guess he did. I remember him making big catches when everyone knew the ball was going to him. He looked like a great physical receiver. Hopefully, he puts some more time in catching footballs off the machine.
I was also unaware of his drops problem until I saw that he was working with Mark Duper in the off-season to try to combat this problem. Lets hope he gets over this (would not be the first WR to have this problem early in his career/college and then fix it) and goes on to have a productive career for us!
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I was also unaware of his drops problem until I saw that he was working with Mark Duper in the off-season to try to combat this problem. Lets hope he gets over this (would not be the first WR to have this problem early in his career/college and then fix it) and goes on to have a productive career for us!
They've been training together since 2009. They used to be neighbors. I think he needs to go to Fitzgerald camp. He seems like a hard worker. I hope the drops become less frequent, so the coaches will trust him.

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Old 08-11-2011, 12:54 PM   #689
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Yeah i am most excited to see how the new additions on the D work out. Last year we knew entering the season we didnt have the right peices and it showed.

I dont expect the D to be top 5, but hopefully with the pieces we added and another offseason to add more pieces next offseason . . we can get back to being a top 10 D.

On the offense, i get the feeling this year we will see pretty much the same as last year. Maybe hopefully a lil better but i dont have much hope for a significant increase on the O as I do the D.
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Old 08-13-2011, 01:23 PM   #690
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This sucks- Looks like Cooley is going to miss "at least a few more weeks...."

So this essentially ends his preseason, or at best maybe he gets some action in the last game. Fred Davis is going to have a real shot to show out as TE 1.
Chris Cooley is out at least a couple of weeks, Shanahan says - The Insider - The Washington Post
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