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REDSKINS 360: Ryan O'Halloran projects the final roster
D1SCOURSE: Patrick Stevens reflects on Wake Forest's Skip Prosser, who died yesterday
HE SAID WHAT?
"It was time someone should step up and support him." — Michael Vick supporter Nick Fontecchio, who drove to Richmond from Boston with two friends wearing No. 7 jerseys
TWT FIVE THOUGHT-PROVOKING QUESTIONS HEADING INTO REDSKINS TRAINING CAMP
1. Who will the team miss more: Kenny Wright, Adam Archuleta or David Patten?
2. Will the team get more for its money from Brandon Lloyd and Antwaan Randle El?
3. So why exactly will this year's defensive line be better than last year's defensive line?
4. Did someone forget to tell LaRon Landry that practice is in Ashburn, not Louisiana?
5. If it's not built by Home Depot, just who exactly erected training camp this year?
WEEKEND PREVIEW THE BEST OF THE WEEKEND IN SPORTS
Our home run anti-hero and the San Francisco Giants are playing host to the Florida Marlins this weekend. He'll be swinging early and often, trying to get that record before the Giants" six-game road trip. ... and then the Nationals come to town.
Also known, in NASCAR circles, as "The Brickyard." Could soon be known as another Jeff Gordon win, because the circuit's hottest driver has a NASCAR-best four wins at the track.
HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS
Tune in to ESPN Classic at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday to see Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn enter the heralded halls of Cooperstown. Oh, and broadcaster Denny Matthews and writer Rick Hummel too.
TOUR DE FRANCE
This tour disgrace finishes this weekend — finally. Will there be any racers left to finish Stage 20 on Sunday morning? Will any syringe slingers crowd the route at the Champs-Elysees?
SUNDAY NIGHT BASEBALL
In what could be a preview of the ALCS, two of the best clubs (and division leaders) face off on ESPN as the Angels play host to the Detroit Tigers.