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Clinton Portis, Albert Haynesworth and Redskins' practice updates

From the Redskins' public practice this morning, the tweets roll in:

Clinton Portis came up limping after making a catch, was attended by trainers and, Rich Campbell reports, likely was finished for the morning practice.

Albert Haynesworth (Warren Sapp the latest to take a swing at Pinata No. 92) was practicing with the second team and lining up at nose tackle -- his work included pushing Kory Lichtensteiger back and batting down a Rex Grossman pass (via Jorge Castillo and Samuel Chamberlain).

Carlos Rogers intercepted a pass, prompting this prediction from McFanboy:

Seriously, #Redskins fans need to believe me. Rogers will set career high for picks in 2010. @LarryWeisman INT by Carlos Rogers.less than a minute ago via web

By Cindy Boren  |  August 10, 2010; 9:55 AM ET
Categories:  Albert Haynesworth , Clinton Portis , Redskins  
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Rogers "record" for INTs now is 2. Heck if he had a good year, he could equal his total INTs career to date, which is 6. Think I'd still predict 2 or less for "Hands of Stone" Rogers.

Posted by: dcborn61 | August 10, 2010 3:23 PM | Report abuse

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