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The schedule should be out around 1...I'll post a new entry as fast as my fat little fingers can type and the good people Loseable Type allow it to go live.
Meanwhile, Maske is standing by at Redskins Park and monitoring JaMarcus Russell's visit. Here's some of what he's posted on his blog:

LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell is visiting the Washington Redskins today as part of the pre-draft evaluation process. Russell is a leading candidate to be taken by the Oakland Raiders with the top overall selection in the draft. The Redskins have the sixth choice and already have a young former first-round draft pick, Jason Campbell, as their starter at quarterback. But NFL teams generally meet with as many draft prospects as they can, and club officials say their meeting with Russell is nothing more than making sure they do all their homework.
The Redskins did not plan to make Russell available to media members during his visit. Campbell stopped by Redskins Park late this morning and said he wasn't offended by the team scheduling Russell's visit.
"It's a process everyone has to go through," Campbell said. "I had to go through it when I was coming out.... It doesn't mean anything by it."

By Cindy Boren  |  April 11, 2007; 11:55 AM ET
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