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Cooley and Davis tricycles make SportsCenter


The Chris Cooley and Fred Davis tricycle race on ice during a Caps intermission came during my child-care break. That race making SportsCenter's Not Top 10, though, came after my return.

So here the gents are, along with joyful circus music, cavorting on the frozen surface together.

My daughter, incidentally, got a tricycle during my child-care break. Freaky.

By Dan Steinberg  |  April 2, 2010; 3:39 PM ET
Categories:  Caps , Redskins  
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WOW ... SHOWING THEIR SKILLS THEY LEARNED AT ZORN S TRAINING CAMP , THEY SHOULD NOT LET OTHER NFL TEAMS SEE THIS THEY MIGHT GET A LEG UP SO-TO-SPEAK ...

Posted by: terryreece | April 3, 2010 7:13 AM | Report abuse

In light of the most recent acquisition of Willie Parker is sending signals to bring the best out of the players of this team. I still believe Clinton Portis who has a number of haters will rise to the occasion. This is barring any concussion related setbacks. I think he will lose weight and get in shape and have a comeback season. Larry Johnson and Willie Parker however will be a part of the committee. I see them in certain situations both spelling CP.
Yet we still need to address the offensive line. I believe we will be solid in the middle with Rabach, Dockery and most likely Mike Williams. That means that via FA we have a option of going for Jared Gaither of the Ravens and see if he can make the switch to the left tackle and possibly plug in Heyer or Artis at the right tackle.
Also depending how the workouts with Bradford, Clausen and Tebow will determine how other decisions will come. We could go Bradford, Clausen, Okung or Berry at the 4th pick. If we sign Gaither who has experience we would have to give up the 37th pick. But it would be outstanding if we can pick Okung and sign Gaither because that would solve our tackle position. Heyer and Artis would be back ups.
I don't think if we have open competition at all positions that Shanahan would put Campbell, Grossman or a drafted QB in a positon to play behind a fragile offensive line.
This indeed some good wisdom coming from the front office these days. I hope we just hold to the way we have been doing things. This could be the amking of a special season for the Skins.

Posted by: raystitt810 | April 3, 2010 9:46 AM | Report abuse

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