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PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 7:02 pm    Post subject: Training Camp Thursday, 7/24 in Richmond, VA Reply with quote

As we all know training camp starts Thursday, July 24 in Richmond, VA through August 11.... Only 5 days till training camp Starts! Cool

http://www.redskins.com/news-and-events/training-camp/schedule.html

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/dc-sports-bog/wp/2014/07/18/redskins-introduce-lottery-for-fan-appreciation-day-and-patriots-training-camp-practices/

Info on fan appreciation day:

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The situation has changed slightly this season. The team announced on Friday that this summer — “in response to a record number of Training Camp fan invitation registrations” — fans will need to enter and win a ticket lottery to gain entrance to Fan Appreciation Day on Aug. 2 and the three joint practice sessions with the New England Patriots on Aug. 4, 5 and 6.

Fan Appreciation Day is scheduled for 10:30 a.m.; the Aug. 4 and Aug. 6 open practices are scheduled for 8:35 a.m., and the Aug. 5 practice is scheduled for 1:35 p.m. The Redskins are urging fans to go here to register, although the actual registration page is here, through CSN Washington’s site. Yes, the box to join the season ticket wait list remains automatically checked.


Key Training Camp Battles/Story lines to Watch:

1. Tyler Polumbus vs. Tom Compton and Morgan Moses at right tackle - now that Shanahan is gone, Polumbus is not a sure thing to make the roster anymore. Polumbus has been a serviceable right tackle for the Redskins since he took over for the injured Jamaal Brown in the 2011 season. Nothing about Polumbus makes Redskins Nation jump up and down about him starting, but the truth is the team could do a lot worse than Polumus as it's starting right tackle.

In the 6th round of the 2011 NFL Draft, the Redskins took a chance on a little known offensive tackle with great upside named Tom Compton out of South Dakota University. Compton has been developing now for two seasons. When the Redskins first got Compton, it became evident that he needed to get stronger and get used to the speed of the NFL game. Compton has worked on those two things by all accounts but, he still hasn't proven he can be a consistent offensive tackle at the NFL level. This year is truly going to be Compton's put up of shut up year, with the drafting of Morgan Moses in the 3rd round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Redskins may not have the roster spot available to keep four offensive tackles.

Speaking of Morgan Moses - the the University of Virginia product the Redskins took in this years NFL Draft - he has had mixed results during minicamps and OTA's. Moses has the size and talent to be a starting NFL tackle, but he must continue to work on his technique and strength if he wants to be a starting offensive lineman in the NFL. From reports of best reporters like John Keim, Mike Jones, and Rich Tandler, Moses needs to work on shifting his weight properly, his fundamentals, his knee bend and moving his feet instead of just reaching to block pass rushers with his long arms.

If the competition is close between Polumbus and one of the two young tackles, Polumbus could find himself cut. At this point though, it seems to be a long shot that Polumbus is unseated by Compton or Moses this season.

2. Kory Lichtensteiger vs. Mike McGlynn and Adam Gettis at center - Kory L is the favorite to win the starting center job but, don't rule out McGlynn beating him out. McGlynn is by no means a good starter but, he is definitely serviceable and a better center than guard. Adam Gettis will also get every opportunity to win the starting job, as all the offensive lineman are starting off with a fresh slate and equal competition for starting jobs this year.

3. Chris Chester vs. Spencer Long, Josh LeRibeus and Maurice Hurt at right guard - Chris Chester is the incumbent starter at right guard, but he struggled mightily last year to protect RG3. He was often overpowered by stronger defensive lineman and even have up other pressures as defensive lineman and inside linebackers blew by him on their pass rushes. Part of that can be attributed to a leg injury he battled through all season and part of it can be attributed to bad blocking calls by the Redskins former starting center Will Montgomery who was cut in March.

In May the Redskins drafted Spencer Long in the 3rd round out of Nebraska. He has been working out at at both Center and Guard at minicamps and OTA's. By all accounts he's looked good, but it remains to be seen if he can truly push for the starting job at center or guard this season or if he's going to need a year of development.

A lot of people forget Maurice Hurt is even on our roster, but the big burley guard and right tackle is still here. He missed last year with a knee injury, but by all accounts he is back and ready to compete for a spot on the roster. He's got an uphill climb to make the roster with the retention of Chester, Kory L and Polumbus, signing of Lauvao and drafting of Spencer Long and Morgan Moses, but he's shocked us with serviceable play in the past when he thrust into action because of injuries to starters. I wouldn't rule him out.

Josh LeRibeus has been developing or not developing - however you want to see it - for 2.5 years now. It's put up or shut up time for LeRibeus and from all reports he's actually taking his conditioning and job seriously now.

With the drafting of Long, and the news of positive development of Hurt and LeRibeus' practice performances this offseason, it means that is Chester doesn't do a 180 on his 2013 season performance, he could find himself cut by September.

4. Evan Royster vs. Chris Thompson and Lache Seastrunk at running back - This should be a good battle for our 3rd running back spot, and we may actually keep 4. Evan has been a steady Eddie ever since we drafted him in the 6th round of the 2011 NFL draft. He never does anything too flashy but, he's a solid back when he gets the carries, a serviceable 3rd down back with good hands who can follow blocking assignments.

Royster's job is being challenged by last years blazing fast 5th round pick Chris Thompson and this years dynamic, and fast 6th round pick Lache Seastrunk. If either Thompson or Seastrunk can prove their worth as a change of pace back, receiver out of the backfield, blocker as a third down back and special teams player one of them could make the team over Royster, or if we're keeping 4 running backs, it could be any combination of the three.

5. Santana Moss vs. Aldrick Robinson, Leonard Hankerson, Cody Hoffman, Ryan Grant and Nick Williams at wide receiver - Our WR core is much more crowded this year with then signings of both DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts to be our #2 and 3 wrs. This means that Moss and the young guns wanting his roster spot will be in for a battle all camp. With Gruden's comments during OTA's about Moss, it is assumed that his spot on this roster is almost guaranteed because of his veteran leadership, knowledge and chemistry with RG3, but thing is a given in the NFL and Moss will surely be in a battle to make the team for the first time in his 13 year career. He's coming off a year where he was way more inconsistent than he had been the previous 3 seasons and if two or three of the young guys have exceptions camps and Moss continues to struggle with drops, he could find himself unemployed in September.

Two other players who have been on Redskins wide receiving core the past three seasons are Aldrick Robinson and Leonard Hankerson. Robinson is going to have to be exceptional this camp and preseason to make the team both on his short and intermediate route running on top of his already exceptional ability to get deep and make plays. Robinson is going to have to build upon how he looked the last month of last season when he got the chance to be more than just a situational deep threat. He's also going to have to prove he can be a better special teams player if he's going to be the teams #4 or 5 wide receiver because those receivers are generally always strong special teams contributors.

Hankerson is an interesting case. He is recovering from a torn ACL last November, so it's been reported that he may not be 100% at the start of training camp and he could land on the physically unable to perform list (PUP) for training camp and to start the season. There are several issues with doing this.

A. He can't even participate in full practice if he's placed on the PUP list at the start of training camp and he can not play for at least the first 6 weeks of the season.

B. This is Hankerson's contract year. So, much like with LeRibeus, it's even more so put up or shut up time for Hankerson this camp, preseason and regular season. If he's going to stay with the Redskins past 2014, he's going to have to get healthy and show new head coach Jay Gruden something.

Cody Hoffman and Nick Williams are two long shots to make then roster but hopefully one or both will be kept on the practice squad if they are indeed cut. Out of the two, Hoffman has the ever chance to make the 53 man roster because of his height. He's 6'4 and uses his size well to go up and attack the ball in the air to make a reception. This is something that no other wide receiver does on the team with great regularity. The only receiving option RG3 has that does this regularly is tight end Jordan Reed. That being said, Cody Hoffman is even 2 to 2.5 inches taller than even Jordan Reed. So, there is a small chance if Hoffman proves his worth as a route runner and can get separation vs NFL DBs, he may find himself on the Redskins 53 man roster.

6. Stephen Bowen vs. Chris Baker and Jarvis Jenkins at defensive end - Much like Chris Chester, Stephen Bowen is coming off an injury and a down year. The past two years he's struggled to generate the pass rush he had generated in 2011 when he led the defensive line with 6 sacks. And while he's remained a strong run defender, that is not enough to validate his $7.02 million dollar cap hit this season, especially when Jenkins and Baker are younger, more healthy and have been more affective pass rushers over the past two seasons.

Jarvis Jenkins and Chris Baker both have a great chance at starting at left defensive end this year. If healthy after micro fracture surgery on his knee, Bowen still may keep his starting job - he is the incumbent starter after all - but the young guns will give Bowen more than his money's worse this training camp and preseason for his starting spot at defensive end.

The second half of last season the Redskins had two young defensive lineman flash some potential. One was Chris Baker, a defensive lineman with the size and strength of a nose tackle, but the quickness of an outside linebacker. He only tallied one sack on the 2013 season but flashed quickness and pass rushing skills as an inside pass rusher that no other member of the Redskins defensive line displayed. Baker was re-signed in March to a 3 year, $9 million dollar contract mainly based off the potential he's shown each of the last two seasons to become a starting defensive lineman for the Redskins.

The other defensive lineman who flashed potential the second half of last season and led the defensive line in sacks the second half of the season is Jarvis Jenkins. Jenkins was suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season which meant he couldn't even be around the team for the first month of the season. The Redskins then had a bye week in week 5. This time off affected Jenkins' ability to become an effective member of the defensive line for the first month of his return as he also worked himself back into football shape.

Starting in week 10 vs. Minnesota, Jenkins began to play more consistent and get pressure on opposing quarterbacks. In week 11 at Philadelphia, Jenkins totaled a half sack. He followed that up with a sack in week 12 vs. San Francisco and finally another half sack in week 15 at Atlanta.

There's certainly no guarantee that Baker or Jenkins build upon last years second half flashes in potential but, if I was a betting man my bet would be that one or both of these two young defensive lineman break out this year and at the least double their sack totals from 2013, especially with Jason Hatcher playing next to them and drawing more attention towards him.

7. Rob Jackson vs. Brandon Jenkins at outside linebacker - The top three outside linebacker positions are set with Brian Orakpo at right outside linebacker, Ryan Kerrigan at left outside linebacker and 2014 rookie 2nd round draft pick Trent Murphy bring the main back up at each position.

The Redskins will then have one, at the most, two roster spots left at outside linebacker. If the Redskins do in fact only keep four outside linebackers, then they will have a fierce competition for their final outside linebacker spot between veteran Rob Jackson and second year 5th round selection Brandon Jenkins.

Rob Jackson - the 6 year veteran - obviously has experience on his side as he was a starter for 14 games in 2012 and contributed 37 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 6 passes defensed, 4 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles and 1 touchdown. Besides starting in 2012, Jackson has been a good reserve and good special teams player for the other 5 years he's played on the Redskins active 53 man roster. Unfortunately for Jackson, his future may be somewhat out of his hands.

Unfortunately for Rob Jackson, if the Redskins are only keeping four outside linebackers this season and Trent Murphy and Brandon Jenkins play well in training camp and the preseason it may not matter what Rob Jackson does to make the team, he could be unemployed come September.

8. Keenan Robinson vs. Adam Hayward, Akeem Jordan, and Darryl Sharption at inside linebacker - The reports coming out of mini camps and OTAs are that 2012 4th round selection, inside linebacker, Kennan Robinson is finally 100% after tearing each of his pectoral muscles once last year within 9 months. Not only is Robinson healthy but at this point he is the front runner at playing inside linebacker next to incumbent starter Perry Riley, Jr.

Robinson has huge shoes to fill, as 15 year veteran and 7 year Redskin middle linebacker London Fletcher retired after last season. Robinson does being several features and skills that should make him better than Fletcher has been the past two seasons in certain areas. Obviously, Fletcher was a great cerebral leader who could motivate his teammates through his hard work and inspiration but his skills had noticeably diminished the past two seasons on the field.

Keenan Robinson brings youthful energy and athleticism to the position, similar to Perry Riley, Jr. Robinson also brings height. Standing at 6'3, Robinson is the tallest inside linebacker the Redskins have had in decades and stands 5 inches taller than London Fletcher.

You may ask, why does this matter?

This matters because Robinson's height and athleticism will help to cover the leagues best tight ends, slot receivers and shifty running backs, something Fletcher tried his hardest to do but often times couldn't match the younger players athleticism and especially the height of speak of the NFLs best tight ends. Robinson has been known as a good coverage linebacker since his days at the University of Texas. He credits his coverage abilities predominately to having to cover spread passing offenses in the Big 12 throughout his college career. As a rookie in 2012 - before his first pectoral injury - Robinson did flash good coverage skills. That is why the hope amongst the Redskins front office, coaching staff, media and fans alike is that Robinson will be a huge upgrade over London Fletcher in pass coverage this season and into the future.

With the beginning of the 2014 free agency period in March, the Redskins acted quickly to upgrade their inside linebacking depth and special teams. They signed Adam Hayward - reserve linebacker and former Tampa Bay special teams ace - to a 3 year, $ 3 million deal. Hayward is a a good coverage inside linebacker but he doesn't have any experience playing inside linebacker the 3-4 defensive scheme. For this reason, Hayward is expected to be in the mix for the starting inside linebacker position, but more than likely he will be a reserve linebacker and a special teams ace.

To compete with Keenan Robinson for the starting job the Redskins also brought in two veteran linebackers with experience in the 3-4 - Darryl Sharpton and Akeem Jordan. Darryl Sharpton is coming off his best season as a pro. Last year for the Texans he totaled 87 tackles a pass defenses and a forced fumble in only eight games starting when Brian Cushing was lost for the season to a torn LCL and broken fibula in week 7 of last season.

Akeem Jordan should be a familiar name to Redskins fans as the James
Madison product and former Philadelphia Eagle played in Philadelphia for six seasons. Last year, Jordan followed Andy Reid to the Kansas City Chiefs. He started in 10 games and contributed 67 tackles and 2 forced fumbles.

Both Sharpton and Jordan are seen as stop gap players for the Redskins until Keenan Robinson steps up and becomes a starter or the Redskins find another long term option in future free agencies or drafts.

9. Bashaud Breeland vs. EJ Biggers, Richard Crawford and Chase Minnifield at cornerback - To say the Redskins secondary is unsettled is an understatement. The top three cornerback positions are set with DeAngelo Hall, David Amerson and Tracy Porter, but beyond that, it's anyone's guess to who else fills out the Redskins final two cornerback positions.

It's almost a guarantee that Bashaud Breeland - the Redskins 2014 4th round selection - will be the Redskins fourth or fifth corner this season and primarily a special teams player.

Competing with Breeland for one of the final two cornerback positions are veteran EJ Biggers, and third-year corners Chase Minnifield and Richard Crawford.

Biggers was a member of one of the worst Redskins secondaries in team history last year which, couldn't cover, nor tackle nor force enough turnovers last year for the Redskins to have a good defense. Biggers is a versatile player who can play slot and outside cornerback and safety but the problem is, he doesn't play any of those positions well. He also is an inconsistent tackler, and missed tackles were a huge problem for the Redskins secondary in 2013. If the Redskins have to rely on Biggers again in 2014 to play valuable snaps, needless to say they're going to be in major trouble.

The hope amongst the front office, coaching staff and Redskins Nation alike is that Chase Minnifield or Richard Crawford can take the next step forward in their development to make the roster along with Hall, Amerson, Porter and Breeland. Both Minnifield and Crawford have flashed potential to be reliable NFL cornerbacks. Crawford more do than than Minnifield in 2012 as a rookie when he totaled 18 tackles, 2 passes defensed and an interception vs. the Cowboys in the 2012 week 17 NFC East Division clinching win.

Unfortunately, Crawford tore his ACL in the Redskins third preseason game in 2013 and was lost for the season. It remains to be seen when and if Crawford will be ready for the beginning of the Redskins 2014 season. Redskins a Nation sure hopes he's ready to go because there seems to be a bit of magic in his game and it'd be nice to see that magic return.

10. Phillip Thomas vs. Bacarri Rambo, Akeem Davis and Trenton Robinson at safety - The Redskins 2013 4th round pick, safety Phillip Thomas, is returning from a lisfranc injury he suffered in the Redskins opening preseason game vs. the Titans in 2013. If Thomas is healthy, he's almost a shoo-in to be the Redskins back up strong safety in 2014. In college Thomas displayed toughness, good range and playmaking abilities at Fresno State University. He also led nation in interceptions during the 2012 college football season. To say that Redskins fans are excited to see Thomas play again next month would be an understatement.

Competing against Thomas and each other for the back up safety spots are three young safeties - Akeem Davis, Bacarri Rambo and Trenton Robinson. It would seem that the Redskins 6th round selection in the 2013 NFL draft - Bacarri Rambo would have the inside track to joining Phillip Thomas as one of the Redskins reserve safeties. Rambo struggled in his 2013 rookie season with assignments and tackling but, that does not mean that he can not improve in his second season in the NFL.

It is believed that the addition of veteran Ryan Clark - who at one time played with the legendary Sean Taylor - will help to develop Rambo as a tackler and special teams player. Clark made his way to an NFL starting position the hard way. He was an undrafted free agent of the Giants in 2002 and eventually became a starter for them in 2003. In 2004, he signed with the Redskins as a free agent, then, projected starter Matt Bowen hurt his knee and Clark became the starter. He worked hard enough to earn a free agency contact from the Steelers in 2006 - when the Redskins did not offer him a contact - and win a Super Bowl in 2008 plus, make the pro bowl in 2011 for the Steelers. Anyways, as you can tell, Clark will be the motivator for the young Redskin safeties and make sure they are doing everything they should be to become the best NFL player they can be.

The other two safeties competing with Bacarri Rambo are Trenton Robinson and Akeem Davis. Trenton Robinson signed with the Redskins week 7 of the 2013 NFL season. He came in with a chip on his shoulder having been cut by both the 49ers and Eagles within the matter of 5 weeks. He played well for the Redskins on special teams totaling 9 special teams tackles in 11 games played. Robinson remains a long shot to make the roster because the Redskins would like to continue to develop Rambo and Thomas, still though, he could make the roster if Rambo fails to improve his tackling and special teams play this preseason.

11. Kai Forbath vs. Zach Hocker at kicker -

After years of instability at place kicker, the Redskins seemed to have finally found a long term answer at the position when they signed Kai Forbath two years ago, and saw him make 17 of 18 field goals as a first-year player.

Forbath’s accuracy was down a little last year as he battled through a groin injury the first half of the season, but he finished the season 18 of 22 with a long of 50 yards. In fact, after struggling with his injury the first half of the season, he came on strong to finish the season making his final 13 kicks. Including a 50 yarder on a snow soaked field vs. the Chiefs in Fed Ex Fields worse field conditions of the year and a 49 yard kick week 17 at the Meadowlands vs. the Giants in one of the windiest stadiums to kick in the NFL - especially in December.

Forbath has spent most of offseason working to improve his distance on his kickoffs where he has struggled to kick the ball deep enough to get touchdowns on a regular basis.

The past two seasons the Redskins had one bright spot on special teams. Placekicker Kai Forbath who has put together a solid two-year career in this far. He has connected on 35-of-40 field goals, including 2-of-3 from at least 50 yards.

During minicamp, Hocker connected on five of his six field goal attempts during Saturday’s rookie minicamp practice at Redskins Park. He also displayed great leg strength on kickoffs. Several of his kickoffs went deep into the end zone and a couple through it, something Redskins Nation isn't used to seeing from Forbath.

Last season - at the University of Arkansas - Hocker made 13 of his 15 field goal attempts for the Razorbacks, the longest of which came from 54 yards out. He also had great hang time and distance on his kickoffs. This resulted in, 34 of his 50 kickoffs being touchbacks.

If Hocker makes the 2014 opening day roster, he will most likely serve as a kickoff specialist. Hocker’s 64.7 average yards per kickoff led the NCAA, so he certainly has the leg to be a kickoff specialist
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2014 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Read there's going to be a "lottery" to attend this year's Fan Appreciation Day because attendance was so high for last year's!!!
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DCRED wrote:
Read there's going to be a "lottery" to attend this year's Fan Appreciation Day because attendance was so high for last year's!!!


Yep, and the 3 Patriot practices..
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MKnight are you going to go?
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MKnight are you going to go?
Depends on work. I only made it to two practices last year. I'm pretty booked up through the end of July.
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This article kind of points to the fact we are keeping two kickers. To be honest I am not very happy if we do but if Kai remains as accurate but can't kick it deep I much rather have the 2nd kicker kicking off. Special teams, including kickoffs killed us last year.
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TheGreeK1973 wrote:
This article kind of points to the fact we are keeping two kickers. To be honest I am not very happy if we do but if Kai remains as accurate but can't kick it deep I much rather have the 2nd kicker kicking off. Special teams, including kickoffs killed us last year.


Where's the article..? I may the only guy hoping we keep two kickers !
I've been thinking about Turtle's argument it takes a roster spot from a young player..Hard to argue but-- it's a player that likely would be inactive and you can stash on the P S anyway.. In reality, BOTH kickers would play and contribute . Wink


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MKnight82 wrote:
MikeT14 wrote:
MKnight are you going to go?
Depends on work. I only made it to two practices last year. I'm pretty booked up through the end of July.


Sorry if it's too forward, but I wanna go, and wanted to see if you wanted to tag along (or any of you that will be down there). I don't have a lot of Redskin friends down here lol.
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MKnight82 wrote:
MikeT14 wrote:
MKnight are you going to go?
Depends on work. I only made it to two practices last year. I'm pretty booked up through the end of July.


Sorry if it's too forward, but I wanna go, and wanted to see if you wanted to tag along (or any of you that will be down there). I don't have a lot of Redskin friends down here lol.
I won't be able to go until August, which begins next Friday. If you can wait till then I could probably meet you for one.
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TheGreeK1973 wrote:
This article kind of points to the fact we are keeping two kickers. To be honest I am not very happy if we do but if Kai remains as accurate but can't kick it deep I much rather have the 2nd kicker kicking off. Special teams, including kickoffs killed us last year.
its not an article, well not yet. I wrote all of it. I'm going to turn it into one, two or three this week.

I wrote that we may keep both because it's an option that I read about. It doesn't mean they will keep two though, I think they should keep only 1.
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I'm going to try to make it down at least once and I'm going to have down pretty sweet access if I do make it down.

I'll let you all know
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I'm going to try to make it down at least once and I'm going to have down pretty sweet access if I do make it down.

I'll let you all know


Cool turtle
I'll try and coordinate with any of you guys to meet up if I can make it. I think it would be awesome if some of us actually met each other
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turtle28 wrote:
I'm going to try to make it down at least once and I'm going to have down pretty sweet access if I do make it down.

I'll let you all know


Cool turtle
I'll try and coordinate with any of you guys to meet up if I can make it. I think it would be awesome if some of us actually met each other
I could roll my eyes at Turtle in person!
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I've got a small place in Shockoe Bottom that we could coordinate at if necessary. I'd like to go when it is more quiet too. I'm trying to avoid the Pats and Fan App days if possible since it is lottery.
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I've got a small place in Shockoe Bottom that we could coordinate at if necessary. I'd like to go when it is more quiet too. I'm trying to avoid the Pats and Fan App days if possible since it is lottery.


Dude , you live in Shockhoe Bottom ? Do you ever go to T C .. ? on Fridays ?
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