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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Eric Kettani
No uniform, khaki or burgundy, completely holds the 26-year-old Kettani. He spent three years on active duty, deployed aboard the frigate U.S.S. Klakring with 20-hour days and enough stress to make high-pressure situations seem normal.
The Washington Redskins signed long snapper Justin Snow to replace Nick Sundberg, who was put on injured reserve with a broken left arm. Snow was signed Tuesday after a workout at Redskins Park. He spent the past 12 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.
It's not a mirage. Navy's fullbacks really are getting smaller.
The New England Patriots released running back Eric Kettani from their practice squad Friday after he was ordered back to duty with the Navy.
Power outages from Tropical Storm Irene forced the New England Patriots out of their home stadium for practice on Monday. When they return, safety James Sanders won't be with them.
"That's my No. 1 job," Kettani said. "This is my priority."
"Appreciate it," Kettani said. "Thanks, guys."