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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Kyle Nelson
Caussin attended West Springfield High School and James Madison University. He's the fifth tight end on Washington's roster, joining Jordan Reed, Logan Paulsen, Niles Paul and rookie Ted Bolser.
Special teams have been the Redskins' Achilles' heel all season. And Sunday was no different.
"Just a miscommunication," Nelson said. "I thought I heard something else. I was just thinking way too much."
"No. Believe me, that was a shock to me, too," said Nelson. "I was just caught in the middle of a snap. I didn't want to snap it and at the same time I wanted to snap it...Next time I'll know if I hear something that I wasn't sure about, I'll just stop and if we take the penalty, we take the penalty. Maybe they'll even jump offsides."