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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Anthony Bryant
Willie Smith didn't dwell on how all 32 NFL teams snubbed him in last April's draft. Chris Neild didn't care that he was the penultimate player selected out of 254 league-wide.
Mike Shanahan took the Washington Redskins' coaching job in January 2010 expecting to make the greatest improvement in his second season.
Washington Redskins coaches spent the summer touting their newly-established depth at the receiver position. Last year's group wasn't good enough to scare opposing defenses, so they added five new receivers via the draft, free agency and trades. The new corps, they said, was replete with players whose unique talents would challenge defensive backs and bring out the best in each other.