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Intensity Should Increase in Camp Today

Friday's second practice was canceled because of rain and thunderstorms, so I expect Coach Jim Zorn to really get after it today with players expected to be in pads.

Camp marks the start of a building process, and things have been laid back to this point. Zorn won't ratchet up the intensity too much because the Skins are a veteran group and probably wouldn't respond well to being pushed hard at this time of the year, but an incremental increase in the energy level might be a good thing.

Practice, which is open to the public at Redskins Park, begins at 8:30. There's an afternoon session for special teams only. If you're thinking of heading to the park this weekend, today might be the better day, weather-wise.

I'm headed out the door and will have more from the complex soon.

By Jason Reid  |  August 1, 2009; 5:50 AM ET
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First?! The Mayor's working hard, posting at 5:50 in the a.m. You go, Mr. Mayor!

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I think the pre season schedule is going to be the best situation to gel the O. We play 3 3-4 defenses, which we struggled with last year starting with the Pitt game and the season went down hill from there. This will really help the O-line work their Blitz pick ups.

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