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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Joey Galloway
Mike Shanahan didn't like what he saw Wednesday morning as the Washington Redskins went through position drills. Second-year wide receiver Anthony Armstrong drifted toward the sideline after catching a pass instead of sharply turning upfield. Shanahan was displeased enough to stop the drill and correct the mistake.
The Washington Redskins waived 39-year-old Joey Galloway on Saturday and signed receiver Terrence Austin from their practice squad.
"I know my role," he said. "Right now, I'm a slot guy; it's something I've played the last few years here, but I'll probably be playing it more. You never know, it might be a little bone for me. I've fought hard on the outside for so many years by myself [without another wideout to draw the attention of the defense]. Now to have two talents like we have on the outside, and me being on the inside, I'm going to take advantage of it."