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Jacoby, who made four Pro Bowls at left tackle in 13 years with Washington, had to adjust to right tackle once Jim Lachey was acquired in 1988. Jacoby then played some left guard in 1991 and 1992 before retiring after the 1993 season.
Todd Wade (down)
Now has to deal with slightly dislocated right shoulder in adjustment to left guard.
Lorenzo Alexander (up)
Rookie defensive tackle misses no time with facial lacerations after no-helmet tackle.
Receiver corps (down)
Brandon Lloyd and Antwaan Randle El are hurt. Todd Pinkston hasn’t played in two years.
LONG SHOT OF THE DAY
Ht/Wt: 6-2, 245
Sinclair, a rookie free agent with Baltimore in 2005, was cut by the Ravens that summer and by Miami last summer.
Sinclair led the Illini in tackles his final two seasons and spent the past two springs in NFL Europa. However, that experience hasn’t moved him ahead of rookies H.B. Blades and Kevin Jones on the depth chart behind starting middle linebacker London Fletcher.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Shin splints just start to get sore after wear and tear. With shin splints, you need some time off, or they will just get worse and worse. Coach Joe Gibbs explaining why receiver Brandon Lloyd has practiced just twice since Aug. 2
Practices at 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Both closed to public).
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