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    conception
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    Joe Gibbs
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    What do you mean there are other teams?
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    Redskins football. Duh.
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    Every day I'm hustlin, hustlin, hustlin.'

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  1. @codeorama I'm highly disappointed. Clicked on this expecting to find out they leaked who Snoke is &/or who Rey's daddy really is. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  2. Picked up an Apple TV 32g at Best Buy on sale for $10 off with a promo code for a free month of Sling Orange & Blue.
  3. Their new unlimited plan is 10 gigs on the hotspot. Luckily my older plan from the former Ntelos (regional carrier that sold out to Sprint) was true unlimited everything. I'm betting they make me sign a new contract when this one is up instead of auto renewing it for another 2 years.
  4. For Immediate Release May 16, 2017 REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVE LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have made the following roster move: The Redskins signed the following college free agent: LB Nico Marley -REDSKINS-
  5. I don't know why but it took me forever to realize that I don't need a DVR if I can stream it on Hulu. Im actually picking up CW with the antennae. I dont think Hulu has all the streaming/broadcasting rights for AMC. They have Preacher & Fear The Walking Dead but do not have The Walking Dead or Better Call Saul. They also don't have **** from USA. I believe I saw that it's Sling that got the AMC rights for live streaming & word was that Hulu was a few months behind Sling in also having the AMC live stream. Ive also noticed that Hulu has the Blacklist spin off show that just got cancelled but they don't have the original Blacklist. They're also missing a bunch of CBS nightly shows like NCIS. The CBS stuff you can get from the CBS app for free if you catch them fast enough before they go behind their pay wall. @Bang about that cable internet- I turned mine off a few months back because I've got an unlimited hotspot LTE contract from Sprint. I've burned through over 100 gigs the first 2 weeks of a month & with 5 devices connected to it, haven't had any buffering issues while streaming or surfing teh innerwebz.
  6. Anyone tried Hulu Live or YouTube Live yet? I was leaning towards Sling until I saw that those two new options had just became available. I haven't cut the cable yet but it's getting close. I picked up a Mohu Mini Leaf package at Sam's yesterday. It's got the 50 mile with the amplifier & the mini 30 mile antenna. They had it in the store (no sale price on their website) for $39.00 while it's normally $59. BestBuy sells just the 30 mile for $39.00 & the 50 mile for $50-60. It's picking up 20 channels though it's not grabbing ABC which is in Lynchburg & about 50 miles out. Though I can get my ABC shows the next day on Hulu.
  7. Knock it off. Both of you
  8. For Immediate Release May 15, 2017 REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVES LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have made the following roster moves: The Redskins signed the following free agent: TE Manasseh Garner The Redskins signed the following college free agent: CB Tevin Homer The Redskins waived the following players: LB Khairi Fortt TE Wes Saxton The Redskins released the following player: CB Tharold Simon -REDSKINS-
  9. So where's Adam Cole BEY BEY going to end up after Bullet Club just kicked him out & replaced him with the Villain at the end of his match War of the Worlds? I think I'd heard his contract was up with ROH. He's got NXT interest but he's also said he'd like to an angle with Kenny Omega for control of Bullet Club.
  10. For Immediate Release May 15, 2017 BON SECOURS WASHINGTON REDSKINS TRAINING CENTER OPENS TO THE PUBLIC FOR TRAINING CAMP THURSDAY, JULY 27 Richmond training camp will feature 23 on-field open sessions to accommodate fans RICHMOND, Va. – The Washington Redskins, in partnership with the City of Richmond, Bon Secours Virginia Health System, and the Virginia Governor’s Office, announced their 2017 training camp schedule, set to take place at the world-class Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center from July 27 through August 13 in Richmond, Va. The schedule features a total of 23 public on-field sessions available to fans, highlighted by Fan Appreciation Day on Saturday, August 5. Admission is free for all fans. Online registration will be open to Redskins fans in early June. Available parking lots provided by the City of Richmond will be announced closer to camp. Between practice sessions, fans will have the opportunity to meet Redskins alumni and cheerleaders, participate in various family-friendly activities and purchase Redskins merchandise at the Redskins Team Store retail tent. The team will host special themed days at the Training Center, off-site events, and other unique fan experiences throughout camp. Following practice, Redskins players and coaches will be available to sign autographs and take pictures, schedules permitting. All scheduled dates and practice times are subject to change. The $10 million state-of-the-art training center debuted in 2013 and features two full-size natural grass fields, a drill field, spectator areas, locker rooms and a training room. Bon Secours Virginia Health System is the main tenant of Training Center, which serves as a valuable year-round resource for the community when camp is not in session. A full-service sports medicine rehabilitation and primary care practice are provided throughout the year in addition to men’s health, fitness and educational programs. The City of Richmond in partnership with SMG manages year-round events at the venue. The fields are available for youth programming, tournaments and other events that generate revenue and exposure for the City of Richmond throughout the year. During the team's stay in Richmond and throughout the 2016 calendar year, Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation youth programs impacted more than 14,000 children in the Richmond community. Events and activities included a Mom's Football 101 Clinic, a $58,000 sports equipment donation to local non-profits, expansion of the 2016 - 2017 Redskins Read Program, Coaches in the Classroom and more. For more information on the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center or Redskins training camp, please visitwww.redskins.com/trainingcamp or www.redskinsrva.bonsecours.com. For detailed information on Richmond sites, attractions, hotels and more, visit www.rvariverfront.com. 2017 BON SECOURS WASHINGTON REDSKINS TRAINING CENTER FAN SCHEDULE The practices sessions listed below are open to the public free of charge; practice dates and times are subject to change without notice. For the latest training camp information, please visit redskins.com/trainingcamp. ***DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE, PRACTICE SESSIONS CAN BE CANCELED WITHOUT NOTICE*** Thursday, July 27 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Friday, July 28 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Saturday, July 29 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Monday, July 31 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Tuesday, Aug. 1 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Wednesday, Aug. 2 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Special Teams Practice Thursday, Aug. 3 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Saturday, Aug. 5 ^ 1:30 p.m. Practice Sunday, Aug. 6 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Monday, Aug. 7 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice Tuesday, Aug. 8 1:35 p.m. Practice Saturday, Aug. 12 1:35 p.m. Practice Sunday, Aug. 13 10:35 a.m. Walk through 3:00 p.m. Practice ^ Fan Appreciation Day · Fans are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on during practice, overlooking the practice fields. No bleachers are available on-site. Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center visitors can walk around designated areas outside the practice fields to watch their favorite players. · For security purposes, all visitors and bags entering the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center grounds are subject to search by team security. · The City of Richmond will offer a variety of parking options for Redskins fans during training camp. Available parking lots provided by the City of Richmond will be announced closer to camp. · The following items are prohibited at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center: alcohol and illegal drugs, weapons, firearms, glass bottles, video cameras and animals (except for certified guide dogs assisting disabled guests). · Food and beverages will be available for fans to purchase on-site. -REDSKINS-
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    The OTHERS!
  12. May 13, 2017 Head Coach Jay Gruden On his first impressions of the rookies: "I was impressed with them all, even the tryout guys that came in here. They had to learn on the fly. The first day, we were throwing a lot of stuff at them offensively and defensively and they picked it up well and competed. As far as our draft picks are concerned, I’m satisfied. I’m happy with them. They have a long way to go, without a doubt. They know they have a lot of work ahead of them. They’re behind. They have to catch up, but I like the way they worked, I liked the way they practiced and I like their athletic ability.” On why practice was cut short: "We’re down defensive linemen. We only had four interior defensive linemen. We lost two of them today, so I had to cut it off. I didn’t want to wear those guys down.” On the defensive linemen: "We had a guy pull his groin and another tryout guy left.” On what he saw from DL Jonathan Allen: "I think he’s got great football knowledge, number one. Number two, he has great hands and his feet are good. So I think he’s got all the tools to be a great defensive lineman, without a doubt. I think there are some things he can clean up as all of these young guys have issues they need to clean up. As far as skill set is concerned, Jonathan has everything you’re looking for in a defensive lineman.” On RB Samaje Perine: “You see him out there running around – were you impressed? [Reporter answers yes] Yeah, so was I. I like guys who come in here and love football and he does. He’s a very smart guy. You can tell that he’s going to be a very hard worker and, of course, he runs hard. You can’t see that in shorts, obviously, but you could see that his pad level is always down, he’s got good vision, he’s got good feet in the hole and he caught the ball well.” On having new coaches on defense: “It’s going to be a challenge. Anytime you have a new defensive staff, I don’t care how experienced you are, it’s your job to get the team to gel. The secondary, linebackers, defensive line, they’ve got to play together as one and that’s a challenge. I think from a talent standpoint, we feel like we’ve done a good job in the offseason addressing some of our needs with the draft and free agency. We lost a couple of good players, but we feel like we replaced them and upgraded our team with depth, which is very good. I think we have a lot of depth on our defense right now as opposed to previous years, so it’s going to be their job and it’s a great challenge, that’s the challenge of all coaches is to get your team to gel defensively and play together. I feel like the talent is there for them to work with.” On CB Marrio Norman, brother of CB Josh Norman, trying out this weekend: “You would think one would be enough… [laughter]. But, you know, he’s got a skillset. I’ll tell you what, he’s a good player. He’s played in a couple different leagues and runs around out there good. Josh has been touting him pretty hard for the last year and a half, so we wanted to give him a shot and give him a look. We gave him a look and we’ll discuss his future here today.” On the timelines for CB Fabian Moreau and S Montae Nicholson: “Not really an update on their timeline. We’re just going to play it by ear, let them rehab and get them back. Right now for them it’s about getting mental reps. Trying to learn our system, learning the secondary, the corner spot, obviously the safety spot, very, very important. They’re behind, like I said, so they just have to pick it up on a chalkboard so when they’re ready to go, they can participate. But it will be a while. I’m hoping maybe training camp, maybe later. It might be the regular season. We don’t know yet.” On if the meetings this week can help Moreau and Nicholson: “Oh, yeah. That’s the only chance they have. You have to learn it mentally before you go out and do it physically. You’d like to let them learn and participate, but the best they can do is just learn it. That’s half the battle.” On LB Ryan Anderson: “He’s got great strength. What you see on tape at Alabama, you can see it kind of transfer here with how hard he works, his work ethic. He’s heavy right now. He’s 260-plus pounds. He’s a big man. He’s got to get in football shape, but I don’t think he’s far away at all. The type of guy he is, he’ll work his tail off and get in shape. All of these guys, they have been off really since the combine. So they are all a little bit behind. Our guys have been in here working, running and lifting. We’ll get him in here. Get him in the building and get him to work. But he’s an impressive guy, strong-minded guy, physical and a good add.” On an ideal weight for Anderson: “I don’t know. I’ll let Chad Englehart [decide]. We’ll talk obviously with Ryan and come up with a target weight. It’s the first time we’ve seen him since the combine. So we’ll decide that later. It’s not like he’s grossly overweight. He’s fine. All of these guys, all of these rookies come in and they’re not necessarily in football shape. We don’t expect them to be. They all have to keep working.” On the process of evaluating and deciding which players to add to the roster: “Right now, we’re right around 90 [players], so if we want to sign one of these tryout guys, we’ll probably have to make a move. That could happen as early as next week. Maybe one or two or three spots, we’ll see. It’s also good to have these guys, get them in front of us so if something does happen with injuries later on, we can pluck one of these guys if they’re still available. It’s a good exercise for us. It’s good for us as coaches to get out there, practice before OTAs start in a couple of weeks. It was good for everybody to see these guys and get them to work.” On CB Joshua Holsey’s return from multiple ACL injuries in college: “Watching him move around, it doesn’t look like he was hurt at all. He’s really quick in and out of breaks. He’s a competitor, you can see that. He likes to talk a little bit, as do I, so it’s a good match. We have a lot of fun with him. I think he’s going to be a good candidate for this football team. I know he ran around well in special teams drills, so we’ll see how it goes, but I was impressed with Holsey.” On a reported trade proposal with the 49ers during the draft: “That’s news to me. I’m not sure where he got that; he wasn’t in our draft room. I never heard the phone ring, but even if it did, I don’t a second and a third and a fourth would be good enough for the 17th pick in the draft, personally. But Bruce would’ve had to make that call and he never said that he was offered that.”
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