The Washington Times - September 9, 2009, 10:34AM

It’s offically Game Week at Redskin Park. The locker room opens at noon and practice starts at 1:45 p.m.

Two Redskins are ranked among The Sporting News’ top 100 players, the results produced from a panel of 106 voters, including 27 Pro Football Hall of Famers.

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DT Albert Haynesworth is ranked sixth and RB Clinton Portis 43rd in the poll.

Fifteen teams had more players on the list than the Redskins, including Philadelphia (six), Dallas (five) and the Giants (four).

The top 10: Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Adrian Peterson, Larry Fitzgerald, LaDainian Tomlinson, Haynesworth, Ed Reed, Randy Moss, Troy Polamalu and Tony Gonzalez.

The Redskins face 40 players on the list this year.

Quarterbacks (12) were the most common position, followed by defensive tackles (11), receivers (10) and defensive ends (10).

Cincinnati, Tampa Bay, Kansas City and Jacksonville were the only teams not to have a player on the list. San Diego, Indianapolis and Philadelphia each had six.

Michael Vick was ranked 88th.

Former Redskins on the list: Only CB Champ Bailey (26th, Denver).

— Ryan O’Halloran