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When the Washington Redskins beat the Philadelphia Eagles, the winner's locker room reverberated with laughter and celebration. Donovan McNabb received the game ball from coach Mike Shanahan, and players demanded a victory speech from the quarterback.
It's been a bit of a novelty watching the Washington Redskins' defense in preseason. The players are getting their hands on the ball — and they're actually holding on to it.
Give Reed Doughty credit for one thing — his preseason debuts always are memorable.
It didn't change the outcome of the game. It didn't change possession of the ball. In fact, the opponent gained a first down on the play. But Lorenzo Alexander's tackle of Tennessee quarterback Tim Rattay on Saturday night is Washington's play of the summer so far.
As Todd Wade missed practice for the first time while he tries to switch from right tackle to left guard, Joe Jacoby, of all people, showed up to watch for the first time this summer.