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The massive HD screens at FedEx Field aren't the only new tech gadgets the Washington Redskins have rolled out for the 2010 season.
A coaching change, a quarterback change and (perhaps most importantly) a culture change has occurred for the Redskins after an abysmal 2009 season. On Sunday, Mike Shanahan, Donovan McNabb and the new look Redskins open at home against the Dallas Cowboys. Even in the tough NFC East, many sports analysts believe the 'Skins will pushing for a playoff spot in December.
Jim Devlin of King of Prussia, Pa. was removed from Eagles' training camp Wednesday when he showed up in a Washington Redskins McNabb jersey.
Westbrook spent the past eight seasons playing with Donovan McNabb in Philadelphia. The report says McNabb has lobbied Redskins officials to trade for his former teammate.
The legendary broadcast team of Sonny Jurgensen, Sam Huff and Frank Herzog were reunited on WTOP Monday.
Snyder has refuted a New York Post report that he spent $600,000 on two alligator leather desks with matching alligator-skin chairs for his offices at FedEx Field. The Redskins released a statement on Tuesday calling the report "totally false."
A bevy of former Redskins along with a collection of long-time D.C. media gathered at the Washington National Cathedral Thursday.