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Morning Bog: Campbell's Thick Skin

(By Garth Vaughan - AP Photo/Disney)

Two brave interns with a tiny bit of extra time means we're at last trying to breathe life into the daily top five box, seen on the left. Thanks, Jake and Chris. If you write blog stuff about local teams, or see anything interesting, send your links along. Jake's up today:

* The dust had barely settled on the whole Cutler conundrum before Jason Campbell was shaking hands with Byron Leftwich, who worked out with the team on Saturday. But, with all of these breaches of etiquette, this quarterback controversy could have a certain rallying effect. It looks like Chris Cooley might just champion the cause in support of his roller-coaster companion. (Cooley Zone)

* Perhaps he re-injured his leg while politely placing his knee firmly into Chris Quinn's face on Saturday, but it seems that guard Juan Dixon will be out for the rest of the season. Isn't that supposed to hurt the other guy? On the bright side -- this in no way, shape, or form will affect the Wizards' chances of making the playoffs. (Bullets Forever)

* The Caps' won their last home game in front of a sell-out crowd on Sunday, a sight no longer uncommon in the Diamond District, thanks to the marketing mastermind, George McPhee. (On Frozen Blog)

* What are the lines on the NCAA title game? Let's hope that UNC Guard Ty Lawson doesn't know. At least we know that he didn't pick up the gambling habit growing up in Maryland. (Busted Coverage)

* As long as Julian Tavarez remains on the roster, the Nationals could use all the beauty and grace they can get. The team is giving fans the chance to choose, a la American Idol, Clint's new beauty queen co-host, but remember, standard text messaging fees apply. Seacrest out. (Nationals Pride)

By Jake DiGregorio  |  April 6, 2009; 9:44 AM ET
Categories:  Caps , Nats , Redskins , What You Need to Know , Wizards  
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