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Topic - Chase Minnifield
DeAngelo Hall figures to start for the Redskins in 2014. But what about Josh WIlson?
Robert Griffin III, owner of Washington's most talked-about joint, isn't the only man in Redskins camp returning from two ACL tears in the same knee.
Chase Minnifield's attempt to make the Washington Redskins' final roster as an undrafted free agent is over before training camp even begins.
Virginia got to the Chick-fil-A Bowl with gutsy playcalling and flawless execution.
Walking out of the locker room after a 28-21 victory Thursday night, Virginia cornerback Chase Minnifield was asked what kind of message the Cavaliers sent with their victory against Miami.
"I was in a tough situation, an unfortunate situation," he said. "A situation where if you were to write out your life, you wouldn't want it to happen. But you've got to deal with trials and tribulations and come out stronger."
Back in January 2012, he mentioned a "minor procedure" on the knee in an interview about his draft prospects.