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As John Beck nursed his strained groin on the sideline, Rex Grossman jogged to the end zone for his first in-game audition for the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback job. A punt from the Pittsburgh Steelers' Daniel Sepulveda had pinned the first-string offense at its own 1-yard line and a collective groan seemed to emerge from the 68,320 fans at FedEx Field.
As the Miami Dolphins' all-time leader in receiving yardage, No. 2 in receptions and No. 3 in receiving touchdowns, Mark Duper knows about playing the position. So when some of Leonard Hankerson's uncles learned that their employer was a close friend of Duper's, they asked if the three-time Pro Bowler would tutor the young wideout, a rising junior at Miami.
No one chanted Marc Verica's name after practice at Redskins Park on Wednesday. There weren't No. 15 jerseys or glossy action photos of him in protective plastic sleeves to autograph. Even the quarterback's teammates seemed to forget the undrafted free agent from the University of Virginia was part of training camp.
Sentiment is a luxury most teams can't afford in the hard-hearted salary cap era. When a player's age starts creeping up, even when's he's still performing at a high level, it's only natural for his team to wonder: How much longer can he keep doing this? Clubs especially think these things when the player comes to the end of his contract, as Santana Moss did this offseason.
Allowed to practice for the first time during this training camp, new and old faces were sprinkled among every group Thursday afternoon at Redskins Park.
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' three first-string defensive linemen broke the huddle, bent over and got into their stances during practice Saturday.
The Washington Redskins answered one of their biggest free agency questions Tuesday by agreeing to terms of a contract extension with Santana Moss, their reigning top receiver.
A big green and white sign greeted Mark Sanchez as he drove up to the New York Jets' training facility for the first time in months.