By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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The unfamiliar face at Washington Redskins training camp is James Dearth, a veteran long snapper happy to have a job after an offseason of looking for work.
The unfamiliar face at Washington Redskins training camp Sunday was James Dearth, a veteran long snapper happy to put on a uniform again after an offseason looking for work. He was signed after the young snapper already in camp started missing the target in practice.
MINNEAPOLIS — Washington kicker Shaun Suisham has the second-best single-season field goal percentage in Redskins history, but he's not quite ready to call the season a success.
Rock Cartwright always has been in Washington coach Joe Gibbs' core group of true Redskins even when he hardly played except on coverage teams in 2004 and 2005. But Cartwright, who has played for the Redskins longer than any current player except offensive tackles Jon Jansen and Chris Samuels, snapper Ethan Albright and fellow backup running back Ladell Betts, might be in his final days in the District.