- The Washington Times - Friday, August 11, 2006

The Redskins wrapped up week 2 of training camp practices and now prepare for a trip to Cincinnati and a game against the Bengals on Sunday night. No word on whether the Redskins’ charter will be subject to the new TSA standards in which tooth paste, contact solution, bottled water are strictly prohibited.

I always dread a trip to Dulles because you never know about security lines, parking spaces, shuttle service and I’m always upset when forced to fly out of the United concourse because the quality of that particular facility is right up there with a Port-a-Potty. Luckily, I’m flying Delta tomorrow night and the B Concourse is like the Four Seasons, if you’re into Dunkin’ Donuts and Fuddruckers. Whether I check my bag and scramble for items once I get to Cincinnati is a decision I haven’t made yet.

Nine players will not make the trip to Cincinnati, but the team did not release the list. But if the nine players not practicing are the same nine, here’s the list: Curry Burns, Ade Jimoh, Aric Williams, Jesse Lumsden, Kevin Simon, Kili Lefotu (who has been released from the hospital), Jim Molinaro, Taylor Jacobs and Nic Clemons.

Expect to see very little of the Redskins’ front-line players — 2-3 series at the most. Jason Campbell is expected to play the entire second half.


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