Finally, the summertime blues are over and football is back! Camps are opening up this week and big personnel questions loom over all NFL teams.
The Washington Redskins are no exception, after finishing in last place in the NFC East last season, they have several holes to fill. Along with some juicy melodrama carrying over from the offseason.
This story is going to attempt to analyze preseason plots, that will affect the 2009 regular season. There will not be a slide on Jason Campbell's feelings, or Dan Snyder's inability to save draft picks. We will not discuss Jim Zorn's butt roasting on the hot seat.
These slides are dedicated to things that will play out on the football field in the preseason. You know when the games don't count for anything. The wins and losses may not mean much but completion percentage, injuries, field goal percentage, pass blocking and special teams sure as hell mean a lot.
Here we go; five preseason story lines for the Washington Redskins