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Topic - James Dearth
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.
"But at the same time you kind of tell yourself, 'My mom, she didn't want anybody worrying about her.'
"When you start looking back at it, it was tough because you're really thinking about your family quite a bit," Dearth said.