The Washington Redskins Hope To Open Holes To Win In 2010

July 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2009 Washington Redskins season was not just hampered by an injury bug that often revels on numerous rosters each year, having a fan expect it to be wearing a jersey of its own.
The offensive line was a weak point of the roster from opening day, and it only eroded daily as injuries took away some of the players most considered the top tier talent of the unit.
Gone is perennial Pro Bowler Chris Samuels, who retired because of a spine injury suffered in the fifth game last year that left an enormous void at the left tackle position. The man who replaced him for eight games, veteran Levi Jones, is no longer with the team as well.
Right guard Randy Thomas has suited up for just five games in three years, so the teams parted ways with the 11-year veteran as well.
Mike Williams, who started eight games as a replacement for Thomas, reportedly has blood clots near his heart and may sit out the entire 2010 season.
Center Casey Rabach enters his tenth season and...

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