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Old 08-06-2013, 06:55 PM   #76
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I don't even have a problem with RG3 being eager. It's just the way he's wired. It's a big part of what makes him great.
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:56 PM   #77
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Awesome can't wait for his obvious camp report being obvious.

He needs to stay behind a keyboard and away from the camera thus camp reports are painful and useless.
It was funny because King peacocked himself walking down the fan side to let everyone know he had arrived.

Great thing about camp: 1. awesome for kids 2. cool to be that close to the team running plays, your literally right on the field with them divided only by a yellow rope 3. Milfs, really good selection

Grinding gears about camp: 1. People who go and talk about work with their buddy from work all day not watching the practice. 2. Adults who arrive 45 mins after it begins, stand behind you and complain they cant see
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:58 PM   #78
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The little bit I saw of Lance Lewis and Jawan Jamison have been fairly impressive. Jamison no-so-great in his pass blocking (which I thought was a strength), but the man has the one cut and go that Morris has.
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I've rooted hard for Helu ever since going to the Seattle a couple years ago when he ran like an all pro. Anybody remember it?
Yeah, I was there, too. It was looking like a cold, wet, miserable loss until he broke left and hurdled one of the Seahawks d-backs.

His Auntie kept yelling "Junior!" about 2 seats away from me, just behind the Redskins bench. Good times!
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Amerson, Rambo and Thomas all expected to start Thursday Nights preseason game according to Zack Boyer and Chris Russell.
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Went to Mondays morning practice. Will post pics Sunday
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It was funny because King peacocked himself walking down the fan side to let everyone know he had arrived.

Great thing about camp: 1. awesome for kids 2. cool to be that close to the team running plays, your literally right on the field with them divided only by a yellow rope 3. Milfs, really good selection

Grinding gears about camp: 1. People who go and talk about work with their buddy from work all day not watching the practice. 2. Adults who arrive 45 mins after it begins, stand behind you and complain they cant see
Were you there today? Damnit, I should've checked, I checked out early from work today and took a couple of friends down there to see the afternoon practice. I love that they let the kids walk and talk with the players on the field after practice was over, if nothing else they provided an awesome moment for a kid to meet one of their idols. The thing I didn't like was at the end when RG3 came over to my section to sign autographs, everyone was treating him like a piece of meat, shouting crap trying to get his attention, I mean he's gracious enough to give his time and sign a crapload of autographs, do you really have to treat him like a caged animal too?

I was glad to see that the players spent more time chatting with kids and signing autographs for them than they were for adults, it's pretty embarrassing to see how grown men act around not just an athlete, but a person, of RG3's caliber.
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Excited we'll get to see the rookies against they're top offense if only for a few drives. If they do get serious playing time this year we need to be prepared to take some limps.
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Were you there today? Damnit, I should've checked, I checked out early from work today and took a couple of friends down there to see the afternoon practice. I love that they let the kids walk and talk with the players on the field after practice was over, if nothing else they provided an awesome moment for a kid to meet one of their idols. The thing I didn't like was at the end when RG3 came over to my section to sign autographs, everyone was treating him like a piece of meat, shouting crap trying to get his attention, I mean he's gracious enough to give his time and sign a crapload of autographs, do you really have to treat him like a caged animal too?

I was glad to see that the players spent more time chatting with kids and signing autographs for them than they were for adults, it's pretty embarrassing to see how grown men act around not just an athlete, but a person, of RG3's caliber.
if you saw a guy with no skins attire, faded green hat, white with plaid button up with with jeans on who was watching practice, checking emails, and occassionally using visine it was i. afterwards went to buzz and neds BBQ right by camp and then helped a family jump there car. It was a great day.
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I don't even have a problem with RG3 being eager. It's just the way he's wired. It's a big part of what makes him great.
Right. And if holding him back a little makes him that much more hungry on September 9th against the Eagles...even better.
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Something I did notice yesterday was Leribus not dressed and was wearing like a knee brace. He just stood around looking goofy. McRib looks like a cross between Chum Lee from Pawn Stars and Grimace.
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Something I did notice yesterday was Leribus not dressed and was wearing like a knee brace. He just stood around looking goofy. McRib looks like a cross between Chum Lee from Pawn Stars and Grimace.
LOL he does look a little like Chumlee.

And he was out because the day before he got his knee hyper extended in practice.
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