Redskins Start Camp Early Under Donovan McNabb’s Watch

July 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Training camp for most NFL teams doesn't officially start until July 29. That is unless, you're the Washington Redskins. 
Or better yet, if Donovan McNabb is your team's quarterback. 
Over his 12-year career, McNabb has invited his teammates to his home in Phoenix, Arizona, in order to go through a week-long regimen that he likes to call, "Hell Week."
Now it's the Redskins' turn. 
The week in Phoenix usually involves the skill-position players, travelling to Arizona to train, bond with one another, and work on team-building.
"I think it's important for the specialists on the offense to have that chemistry, to have that bond," McNabb says, "where they can trust me and I can trust them."
"Hell Week" for the Washington Redskins begins Monday, July 26. 
Of the reportedly expected participants, third-year receivers Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly, back-up quarterback Colt Brennan, and veteran wideout Santana Moss. The teammat...

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