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THE WASHINGTON TIMES' RYAN O'HALLORAN WILL EXAMINE ONE REDSKINS POSITION GROUP EACH DAY THROUGH THURSDAY, THE DAY BEFORE THE TEAM OPENS TRAINING CAMP. TODAY: QUARTERBACKS.
After watching Jason Campbell complete pass after pass to receivers yesterday during the final practice of minicamp, Washington Redskins associate head coach Al Saunders expressed satisfaction with his quarterback's offseason progress.
If Shawn Springs is going to open up about his decision to stay away from Redskin Park this spring, the Washington Redskins' cornerback has just one day left to tell his story before training camp.
Shawn Springs was back on the field and then off it again almost before practice started. So was LaRon Landry. Rocky McIntosh wasn't on hand at all. But Clinton Portis was a surprise participant yesterday as the Washington Redskins opened the three-day minicamp that concludes their offseason at Redskin Park.
FIVE THINGS TO WATCH AT THE REDSKINS' MINICAMP
Through all attempts to cover his tracks secretive lingo, coded Internet chatter, a move from Pennsylvania to Texas Thomas Weigner was intently pursued by a vigilant group of animal-loving sleuths.
Clinton Portis, the running back for the Washington Redskins, has received a thorough education on the icky subject of dogfighting after speaking glibly in defense of Michael Vick last month.