The Redskins seem cool, calm and collected warming up today.
“Warming up” is an ironic phrase, considering the 52-degree weather, moderate rain and 13-20 mph winds whipping through CenturyLink Field. These are certainly the most challenging weather conditions that the Redskins have faced, but aren’t anything that the Redskins haven’t game-planned for.
Redskins receiver Santana Moss is a sight for sore eyes, and warmed up for the first time since Carolina. Before he went down, he was one of the team’s top receivers, coming up with big third and fourth down receptions. He looked excited to be back out there with Grossman, pregame:
Two Redskins that had big weeks against Dallas–rookie linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth–warmed up along the sidelines. These are two of the most intense players during each week’s warm-up session. Kerrigan in fast forward and Stallworth in rewind:
The Redskins running game will be key today, as the wind has continued to rip through the stadium. Rex and the receivers looked good warming up, but the north end zone looms open and ominous. It will be a tough day for kickers and receivers:
Tags: 2011 season, CenturyLink Field, Donte Stallworth, rex grossman, ryan kerrigan, Santana Moss, Seattle Seahawks, washington redskins
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