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Fridge Visits Stafford County

Scroll down to the second item here to see that Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen was in Stafford County yesterday, recruiting Brooke Point LB Donovan Miles. An obvious addition when I update my list of top football prospects next month, Miles already has the eye of the region's top programs and is beginning to get national attention too.

By Josh Barr  | May 22, 2007; 8:45 AM ET
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NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- Washington Redskins players Clinton Portis and Chris Samuels defended Michael Vick on Monday by ridiculing the notion that dog fighting is considered a crime.

In an interview with WAVY-TV, Portis said that if the Atlanta Falcons quarterback is charged and convicted of being involved in a dog fighting operation, then authorities would be "putting him behind bars for no reason."

"I don't know if he was fighting dogs or not," Portis said. "But it's his property; it's his dogs. If that's what he wants to do, do it."

Portis said dog fighting is a "prevalent" part of life.

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