Curtis Samuel's chances of playing in Washington's season opener this weekend against the Los Angeles Chargers took a hit Wednesday when the wide receiver appeared to tweak a groin injury that has been bothering him for months.
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Maryland coach Mike Locksley is pleased with his team's season-opening home win over West Virginia, but isn't content with their performance headed into Saturday night's game against Howard.
The quality of opposing quarterback play -- and the strength of schedule as a whole -- is why most experts expect Washington's defense to take a step back over the next few months. In the NFL, defensive success can be fleeting and Washington will likely have a tough time replicating its top-five ranking from a year ago.