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What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 200 Words, Wednesday Morning

Week 3 questions: Where are Lloyd and Duckett? Where are Lloyd and Cooley? Are the Redskins really worse than the Saints? Are they really as finished as Mark Brunell's left arm? What's up on third downs? How will Texans fans react if their team beats Washington? Do the Ravens enjoy being the NFL's most efficient team? Has Texans QB David Carr really been okay? Should Texans fans be patient?

Terps special teams coach takes responsibility and Friedgen still has faith in his coaches. Freshman Jameel Sewell still expected to start at QB for Cavs, who could be without their best CB against Ga. Tech. Hokies backup LB could be done for the season, and Al Groh says morale is more important than schemes. (Someone give me 700 pages of morale.)

Thousands of O's fans plan an anti-Angelos protest for tomorrow. (Information here, t-shirts here.) The O's will be on the road for Opening Day, a privilege they'll rotate with the Nats, and they'll get their spring training renovation. Tributes to former O's exec Syd Thrift here, here, here and here, sort of. (And here, really sort of.) And a deaf advocacy group sues for better closed-captioning at FedEx.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 20, 2006; 8:34 AM ET
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Maybe I ought to sue DCSEC because I can't hear/understand the Charlie Brown Teacher-like PA system @ RFK for United and Nationals games. And I have no hearing problems.

I'm no Redskin fan, and I do enjoy seeing Danny Snyder get stuck with a big bill from time to time, but that lawsuit is ridiculous.

My radio should also be closed captioned......

Posted by: Kim | September 20, 2006 9:34 AM | Report abuse

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