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PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES The physical - and emotional - scars ran deep for Redskins rookie defensive end Jarvis Jenkins, who has benefited from his parents' guidance.

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PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES Redskins rookie defensive end Jarvis Jenkins had high hopes for his first NFL season after being drafted 41st overall out of Clemson in April. A torn ACL suffered during the preseason changed his focus from learning the playbook to learning rehabilitation procedures.

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Quarterback John Beck says the Redskins need to concentrate on getting better rather than dip into a bag of gadget plays. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray Oct. 20, 2011, surveys damage to the Washington National Cathedral from the Aug. 23 earthquake (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

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PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES While some come to ground zero in Lower Manhattan to observe the progress on 1 World Trade Center from the nearby World Financial Center, tourists Eliza Grimond (center) and Liz Lyon (left), who traveled from England, look at the photos and dedications left to honor those who died Sept. 11, 2001.

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PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES Firefighter Mike Kotula lost 12 friends and firefighters in his station and says he could count 100 of the firefighters killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with whom he has had some contact with over the years.

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PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES The firehouse at 66th and Amsterdam has the original duty board displayed on Sept. 11, 2001. It is just one of the many daily reminders about that tragic day, even as those who work at the station try to carry on as normal. Outside the firehouse, a small flower bed (top) built by the firefighters displays plaques memorializing those lost.