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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.
Oshiomogho Atogwe knows exactly where to find the story of Abraham in whatever version of the Bible he chooses for his hourlong reading sessions each day.
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.
After all of the angst and frustration, after nearly 20 weeks of lockout limbo, after watching the two sides bicker, posture and spin, a resolution has been reached and this is what NFL fans lost in the process: the Hall of Fame Game, a meaningless-but-glorified scrimmage.
John Beck couldn't contain himself after learning the news. The Washington Redskins' quarterback drove straight to team headquarters Monday afternoon when he found out the 32 representatives to the NFL Players' Association unanimously approved a deal to end the lockout.
The NFL lockout remained in effect into Friday night because players had not voted on whether to approve the proposed 10-year deal that owners ratified Thursday.
The NFL lockout was conditionally lifted Thursday evening after the league's owners voted to ratify a 10-year collective bargaining agreement. However, players immediately balked at the proposal and accused owners of approving settlement terms that were not negotiated.
Defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth plans to report to Redskins training camp on time, an awkward situation intensified by the fact his non-injury grievance against the team remains unresolved.
Football is almost back, and the Redskins are getting ready.