Three Positions Will Define Redskins in 2009

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Three Positions Will Define Redskins in 2009

Late July through early August is typically the time when the cookouts start revving up and the back to school shopping gets started for the average citizen. For the average NFL player, however, the time period is all about the game: it’s either your job to win or your job to lose.

When training camp opens July 30 at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Virginia, the Washington Redskins could be considered fortunate to not be in dire need of a host of new starters. While the open positions are few, the importance of the spots up for grabs have the potential to define the season for last year’s last place finishers in the NFC East.

With spots open at right tackle, wide receiver and strong side linebacker, the Redskins already have some frontrunners listed at the top of the depth charts for those respective positions. But if a fresh face or two can step up to claim a starting title, Washington wouldn’t mind at all.

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