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Quick Hitters - Training Camp

Quick Hitters - Training Camp

With veteran wide receiver Tim Brown now out of the picture, fifth-year receiver Jerry Porter not only becomes a starter but he also becomes the future at the position. In fact, had Porter not suffered a hernia before the 2003 season, Brown could have played his last down for the club in 2002. His play had really dropped off the last few seasons and the 38-year old former Notre Dame standout really only looks like a #4 or #5 WR at this point of his career.

The club is very excited about second-year pro Doug Gabriel who will serve as the #3 wide receiver. Gabriel had an outstanding off-season and he'll see plenty of playing time in multiple receiver sets. Washington-Defense Looking Good One thing that new defensive mastermind Gregg Williams has brought is the blitz--and more of it. Whether it's a zone or overload blitz (where you line up...

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