Marty Schottenheimer always liked him, which is why he drafted him. And when
Schottenheimer left, he impressed a new staff. And when they left, Antonio
Pierce was forced to prove himself to another new staff.
September 1, 2004
Kevin Mitchell knew it was coming. He'd seen it heading this way over the past two weeks, once Antonio Pierce started playing ahead of him in games.
August 29, 2004
One of the most interesting battles will come at wide receiver, where several might be fighting for one spot. Maybe two at the most. Who has the edge? And who looked bad this morning?
Redskins broadcaster Sam Huff attended practice this morning. Here's a classic sight: Huff lowering his shoulder into a blocking sled a couple times. And he did it with a smile on his face. Priceless. Receiver Darnerien McCants dressed, but did not wear shoulder pads. Receivers Cliff Russell and Taylor Jacobs both practiced and looked good.
On Fan Appreciation Day, the Redskins gave a big crowd something good to watch: a scrimmage. Here's a recap of what happened. As usual the good stuff involves linebacker LaVar Arrington.
Day two is well under way. In this report we bring you the latest updates from camp, including injuries, performance, analysis, some quotes and some notes. Also you should be aware that Big Daddy is still at camp but note that there has been no resolution. Read on for more Redskins camp information.
Insiders will take a look at each position, analyzing the Redskins' strengths and weaknesses. Today we look at the linebackers. Key players: LaVar Arrington, Jeremiah Trotter, Jessie Armstead.