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    Quote Originally Posted by MassNYYfan
    And with pick #51....

    guessing Campbell from Miami....?

    Gene tells us:

    Malcolm Kelly, WR, Oklahoma

    Wow...2 receivers. Basically 3.

    No linemen yet.
    Campbell had already gone.

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    Re: The Redskins Thread

    ARE better watch his back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheManKnownAsMecca
    Campbell had already gone.
    Yeah I just edited my post. :duncecap:
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    Who knew that Vinny Cerratto had a Mike Millen-type hard-on for WRs.

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    I'm not sure I've ever witnessed the Redskins make this many draft picks.

    Our Day 2 selections:

    #96 - Chad Rinehart, OL, Northern Iowa

    #124 - Justin Tryon, CB, Arizona State

    #168 - Durant Brooks, P, Georgia Tech

    #180 - Kareem Moore, S, Nicholls State

    #186 - Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii

    #242 - Rob Jackson, DE, Kansas State

    #249 - Chris Horton, FS, UCLA
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    I love the Rinehart pick. He is supposed to have a huge upside, and has experience at guard and tackle. Maybe he's the next Dockery.

    Apparently, Tryon is a confident dude in the mold of Fred Smoot. Very cocky. CB was a need with Rogers' injury and Springs being brittle.

    Durant Brooks was the best punter in the draft. Couldn't be any worse than Frost and his shanks.

    Really wanted them to get a D-lineman much earlier, but it seems that they had a nice draft for once.

    Amazing what actually having more than 2 picks will do.

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    Moore is supposedly a special teams ace as well. Competition for that Prioleau/Fox role.
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    The Redskins have signed safety Stuart Schweigert.

    http://www.rotoworld.com/content/Hea...=NFL&hl=116896

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    Shaun Suisham hits 110-yard FG, LOL:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shu...?urn=nfl,90475
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    Chris Cooley's report about a rodeo he attended in WY:

    http://chriscooley47.blogspot.com/

    "Update: We sat front and center over the shoots Saturday night of the Cody night rodeo. I found myself rooting for the bulls all night. ESPN Xtreme bulls drew a sellout crowd of 5,000 and no bull could have been extreme enough for me. Fact is, put me in any environment with a Cowboy and Iím gonna root against them. I just donít like Cowboys! "
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    Helps them short term. But I wonder how long he wants to play for. 2nd rounder isn't all that much especially if they get a good 2 years out of him. A move they needed to make IMO.


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    Helps them short term. But I wonder how long he wants to play for. 2nd rounder isn't all that much especially if they get a good 2 years out of him. A move they needed to make IMO.
    For some reason I thought I heard on ESPN tonight or some sports channel that Taylor only wants to play one more year. If that is the case this is a bad deal for the Redskins. If he plays more than one year for the Skins its not bad at all.

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    For some reason I thought I heard on ESPN tonight or some sports channel that Taylor only wants to play one more year. If that is the case this is a bad deal for the Redskins. If he plays more than one year for the Skins its not bad at all.
    If he's happy he'll play for as long as he wants. He had to get out of Miami.
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    A 4-minute standing ovation for Art Monk before he says a word at his induction speech. Awesome.
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    A 4-minute standing ovation for Art Monk before he says a word at his induction speech. Awesome.
    Have to watch the replay of this as I was working today. Good to hear and it was long overdue. Great day/weekend for Skins fans. I'm pumped to watch them tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MassNYYfan
    A 4-minute standing ovation for Art Monk before he says a word at his induction speech. Awesome.
    I watched the entire thing and it was truly awesome. It just went on and on. If Art didn't start talking it could have gone on for 20 more minutes.

    Great day to be a Redskins fan. Congratulations Art and Darrell.

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    You're right. He could have stood there all night and they would have just gotten louder. I think he said 4 or 5 "thank you's" and they just kept going cheering.

    One of greatest things I've ever witnessed in my sports fan life. yankeesAZ, you will have goosebumps, and you will remember it for the rest of your life. It was that incredible.

    You'll be amazed at the number of Redskins fans there. I knew the turnout of B&G would be huge, but I didn't expect our fans would have what seemed like 98% of the seats.

    A great day, indeed.
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    Let me preface my appearance in a Redskins thread by stating proudly that I'm a Giants fan first and foremost, LOL.

    I only caught 2 segments of the ceremony, one of which was the tailend of Emmitt Thomas' speech, which was great. But I saw Art Monk's enshrinement and I thought it was oustanding. Congrats to Redskin fans on both Monk and Darrell Green.
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  20. #695

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    Quote Originally Posted by MassNYYfan
    You're right. He could have stood there all night and they would have just gotten louder. I think he said 4 or 5 "thank you's" and they just kept going cheering.

    One of greatest things I've ever witnessed in my sports fan life. yankeesAZ, you will have goosebumps, and you will remember it for the rest of your life. It was that incredible.

    You'll be amazed at the number of Redskins fans there. I knew the turnout of B&G would be huge, but I didn't expect our fans would have what seemed like 98% of the seats.

    A great day, indeed.
    Sounds amazing. Would have been great to have been there.

    Skins fans showing up and taking 98% of the seats doesn't shock me after seeing the turnout from fans we get at playoff games here in Seattle on short notice.


    On another note, Colt Brennan is impressing the hell out of me early.
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  21. #696

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    Sounds amazing. Would have been great to have been there.

    Skins fans showing up and taking 98% of the seats doesn't shock me after seeing the turnout from fans we get at playoff games here in Seattle on short notice.


    On another note, Colt Brennan is impressing the hell out of me early.
    He looks like one heck of a quarterback. Last year it looked like he was a little better than your typical Hawaii system QB, and he seems to be proving it.

  22. #697

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    Jason Taylor is out for two weeks.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3551472

  23. #698

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    Jason Taylor is out for two weeks.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3551472
    I bet he plays the Thursday night opener.

    At least it wasn't a serious injury.
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  24. #699

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    That Jim Zorn is a decent coach!

    Big win today!

    Not declaring us Superbowl or playoff bound by any means, but I am loving the direction of this team and how much Jason Campbell has improved under Zorn.
    Spring Training is just around the corner!

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    I picked Washington to win. This rivalry is fret with great upsets.

    It cuts both ways. The 1989 Cowboys were 1-15, guess the team they beat. In 1974 the Cowboys beat the Redskins with Clint Longley in for Staubach.

    Dallas was coming off an impressive road win at GB and the Redskins were underdogs heading into Dallas.
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