Skins Camp Notes: Taylor Won't Sit Out

...Sean Taylor's wallet will take a hit. But his playing time will not. Plus a look at Monday's training camp session as the Redskins get ready for the Bengals on Sunday.

The NFL said today it will not suspend Taylor for violation of the league's code of conduct policy. Taylor, though, will be fined four game checks, which works out to $100,000.

Taylor plead guilty in June to misdemeanor assault and battery charges stemming from the incident in Miami last year. He was accused of brandishing a gun and starting a street fight after two of his all-terrain vehicles were stolen.

''We're glad this is behind us,'' Redskins coach Joe Gibbs said.

...A storm that threatened the area forced the Redskins to delay practice by about a half hour. All we got were a few raindrops and that was about it.

...Jim Molinaro was carted off because of an injured knee. He was scheduled to undergo an MRI tonight. Molinaro has not been all that impressive in camp.

...Rookie Kedric Golston looked pretty good during one-on-one drills, going through reserve Tyson Walter with ease a couple times. Not a good sign for Walter. Golston later went through Ikechuku Ndukwe, a guy the Redskins like. Golston has a high motor. Of the two rookie DL picks, he's been more impressive.

...Speaking of Anthony Montgomery, he sat out practice with a hamstring injury.

...Ndukwe did drive out Ryan Boschetti in another rush.

...Brandon Lloyd made the catch of the day, reaching far to his left to grab a pass over the middle. The man can make acrobatic grabs, which is why he'll be fun ot watch.

...End Karon Riley knocked Jon Alston back with a power move in the one-on-one drill. There's a reason the Skins are looking for help at offensive tackle.

...The more Mark Brunell throws in camp, the more I'm convinced he has something left in the tank. And not just for a few games.

...Backup QB Jason Campbell threw a couple nice passes today, zipping one pass to receiver Richard Smith over the head of Kenny Wright. A perfect throw. He later threw a bullet to Taylor Jacobs on a slant pass.

...Antwaan Randle El is a tough guy. He was crunched by linebackers Warrick Holdman and Marcus Washington on a pass over the middle. Randle El did not catch the pass because they arrived too soon. But he wasn't hesitant in going after the ball.

...Lighthearted moment of the day: DT Joe Salave'a jumped offside and bumped into Brunell, sending him tumbling. Randle El jokingly threw some grass at Salave'a. Al Saunders ran over to an official, grabbed his flag and hurled it at Salave'a. All in good fun.

...Jesse Lumsden is the early longshot story of camp, but don't dismiss Kerry Carter. The guy made defenders miss the other day, something Lumsden did not do. That said, Lumsden can be a help on special teams; not sure about Carter's role there yet.

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