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Old 04-04-2012, 11:49 PM   #181
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you wasted more time quoting that, putting his name in bold letters, and posting than it would have took to copy his name and paste it in google
Google requires opening a new window...seems like a pain in the arse
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:50 PM   #182
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He's the former ruler of Iran.

He's the man who invented liquid breakfest pastries.

He's a famous female impersonator.

He's Vinny Cerrato's love child.
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and he helped doug brown reach his maximum height of 6'10"
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:39 AM   #185
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Feeling lazy...so who dat?
He filled in for Trent Williams when he got suspended. He was an undrafted rookie but wound up doing a decent job against some very tough pass rushers.
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The fact of the matter is the Redskins gave the Saints a 3rd rounder for Brown. He has not stayed healthy for a full season since joining the Redskins. If Brown can't stay healthy, then we have to plug in someone else. Polumbus and Willie Smith have impressed. If the Redskins do draft a RT, and I believe we will, then that's more youth in the line-up. Brown is 31 years old and has been proven to not be able to stay healthy. Hell, we should have kept that 3rd round pick from 2010.
I read this week that Brown is trying something new to help his hip - yoga. Jammal Brown taking yoga classes to help left hip - Washington Times
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He filled in for Trent Williams when he got suspended. He was an undrafted rookie but wound up doing a decent job against some very tough pass rushers.
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I read this week that Brown is trying something new to help his hip - yoga. Jammal Brown taking yoga classes to help left hip - Washington Times
I read that article. I'm all for a healthy Jamaal Brown playing an entire season. But the question is, can he? That hip is probably never going to be fully healed for as long as he's playing football, but he's trying hard to overcome that injury. Yoga and Tai Chi would stabilize the injury and get it to the point where it's not easily aggravated. But if he's loses time in 2012 for this same hip injury, then what?
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Man, Shar even did an exclusive Q & A for the Warpath, and he still gets no love
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Man, Shar even did an exclusive Q & A for the Warpath, and he still gets no love
Actually, I would not have known anything about him if it wasn't for that Q & A.
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Skins' draft could focus on offensive line - NFC East Blog - ESPN
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its like Granziano has been reading whats Chico's been writing.

I like how he sums it up in the 3rd paragraph: "The offensive line in front of Griffin or Luck will have to be even better than it was in 2011."

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Old 04-05-2012, 12:34 PM   #193
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its like Granziano has been reading whats Chico's been writing.

I like how he sums it up in the 3rd paragraph: "The offensive line in front of Griffin or Luck will have to be even better than it was in 2011."

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Redskins still want OL upgrade?
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Wednesday morning we explored what some of the OT-needy teams remaining in the NFL would do following the signing of Demetress Bell by the Philadelphia Eagles. One team mentioned was the Washington Redskins, who have a solid starter at LT in Trent Williams, but who could use upgrades at other spots (including RT, where Bell likely would've slotted in).

It's possible that Washington will explore some other veteran FA options, but they may make some OL additions in the draft as well. ESPN NFC East blogger Dan Graziano explored that topic on Thursday morning, and here's a snippet of his thoughts:

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"The offensive line in front of Griffin or Luck will have to be better than it was in 2011. The Redskins know this, and it's why they were looking at upgrades over Kory Lichtensteiger and Jammal Brown. They wouldn't mind finding a new center, moving Will Montgomery out to guard and deepening their personnel across the whole line -- maybe even giving Lichtensteiger and Brown a little more time to get whole. Best available offensive lineman, regardless of position, looks like the way for Washington to go in the third round, and maybe even with one of their fourth-round picks as well. The only other area I think they'll specifically target is the secondary, but they actually had some success there in free agency, so it's less of a priority than the line."
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Old 04-05-2012, 01:06 PM   #195
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Thanks for posting Dirtbag. I definitely appreciate it.

And I love Dan Graziano's work, but what is he talking about success in the secondary? Cedric Griffin might not even make the roster coming out of preseason. I'm not opposed to them bringing in one or two o-linemen with their mid round picks, but I would love to get some secondary help as well.
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