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Al Saunders was a teenager when he first worked for the Oakland Raiders, serving as a ball boy in Al Davis' first year as coach with the franchise in 1963.
Poor Jason Campbell.
A week ago, Gregg Williams was the favorite to be the next coach of the Washington Redskins. Yesterday after falling out of favor with Redskins owner Dan Snyder and executive vice president Vinny Cerrato during the interview process, Williams was relieved of his duties as Washington's assistant head coach-defense.
PASSING OFFENSE: C
August has not been Al Saunders' month.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The most telling image from the Washington Redskins' first-half offensive performance last night against the Tennessee Titans wasn't the inefficient running game, the zero points or the constant third-and-long situations. Photo Gallery
Show next to nothing of the play book. Allow the starters to break a sweat before putting in the reserves. Hold the belief that when the real games start, things would automatically fall into place.
A year ago, Chris Cooley's head was in a month-long spin cycle.
Adrian Peterson's agreement with the Minnesota Vikings on a five-year, $40.5 million deal yesterday prompted an acceleration of talks between the Washington Redskins and holdout safety LaRon Landry, according to sources on both sides of the negotiations.