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Donovan McNabb vows revenge on Chris Cooley

Updated, 11:30 a.m.

LeBron James isn't the only one vowing revenge. Rick Maese tweets that Donovan McNabb is thinking the same way. His target? One man. Chris Cooley...for the ol' kid-jumping-out-of-a-locker stunt.

What could McNabb have up his sleeve?

@CindyBoren @RickMaese hmmm...deuce on shoes? Been done. Car filled with popcorn? Done. Guns in locker room? Done. Not much left.less than a minute ago via web

Other Redskins updates from the morning practice:

Jason Reid reports that defensive players expect to get as many as 20 snaps in the preseason opener Friday night. Mike Jones of TBD tweets a quote from Jim Haslett on the defense: "As a coach you have to evaluate the talent you have and go with that....This group can do anything."

Chris Russell tweets that "Derrick Dockery says Clinton [Portis] looked good to him on one big run, says Selvish [Capers] reminds him of young Chris Samuels."

Jason Campbell says the McNabb trade was "like a dagger in the side."

Ma'ake Kemoeatu "expects to start Fri despite missing today's practice. Heat took its toll on the 342-pound NT," according to a tweet from Larry Weisman. Reid tweets: "Drained from the heat, Ma'ake Kemoeatu sat out practice after being helped to locker room Tuesday afternoon. "I'm fine, man. It's just hot."

Casey Rabach says, according to a tweet by the Redskins: "This Friday's preseason game 'is kind of a measuring stick for us. Where are we at as an offense? Hopefully we do well.'"

Haslett on Carlos Rogers, who isn't exactly a darling of Redskins fans (via Grant Paulsen): ''I am a big fan of Carlos Rogers.''

Haslett's update on Jeremy Jarmon: He's "up and down" and "struggling a bit physically" (via Maese). As for Albert Haynesworth, Maese tweets that Haslett likes his "progress but says he needs to clean up his technique still."

By Cindy Boren  |  August 11, 2010; 10:56 AM ET
Categories:  Donovan McNabb , Redskins  
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Posted by: davefromdc1 | August 11, 2010 11:45 AM | Report abuse

"Haslett on Carlos Rogers, who isn't exactly a darling of Redskins fans"

I don't think this is true at all. Many of my friends are Redskins fans and we prett much agreed the same thing on Carlos.

He can hit, tackle, and can cover. He's got to understand however to be paid the big bucks he's got to catch the ball also. Imagine if he even caught half of the balls throw his way?

I think last year Carlos was a victim of Blache's stinky coverages. I'm so glad he's gone.

I think he's a fine corner, but dude needs to wear "stick'em" or something.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | August 11, 2010 3:17 PM | Report abuse

Ray- He also needs to stop getting beat on double moves. You can't blame coverages on that.

Posted by: HanMy | August 11, 2010 5:24 PM | Report abuse

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