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What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 200 Words

So Jason Campbell and Todd Collins are both the No. 2 QB, depending on when Mark Brunell gets hurt. (The much duller Ravens will only keep two QBs. How dull.) Reporters call the Skins' move "highly unusual in the annals of NFL depth charts" and "unconventional," comparing the situation to a bullpen, while fans call it "flawless" and "perfect." Awesome. Meanwhile, Gibbs says Clinton Portis will go in the opener only if he's 100 percent, and Scout thinks he'll go, while this week's opponent keeps fiddling with the roster. Ask Maske what he thinks. As the national expert types backtrack on their love, a Skins blogger stays true ("serious title contender" true.)

Elsewhere, Ryan Church is back on the bench, the Nats will open at home next season against the Marlins, and Ramon Ortiz's near-no hitter has bloggers breaking out the exclamation points. (LabOrtiz Day?)....Va. Tech's Eddie Royal and Brandon Frye remain doubtful, D.C. linebacker Romale Tucker commits to Virginia, Baltimore hoops guard Malcolm Delaney commits to Virginia Tech, and an update on a local football star who got away from the Terps.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 5, 2006; 8:08 AM ET
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