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Sunday, August 30, 2009

WitP: Pisa, Colt, Kynan, Ryan

Pisa Tinoisamoa had three tackles against the Broncos tonight.

Looks like both Colt Brennan and Chase Daniel will see a lot of playing time when the Redskins face the Jaguars on Thursday.
It sounds like Zorn will use the bulk of the time on offense to evaluate quarterbacks Chase Daniel and Colt Brennan, who are battling for the third spot. He said backup Todd Collins will "possibly" play, but both Daniel and Brennan will definitely play.
Kynan Forney is still in a battle for the Chargers' starting right guard spot.
Louis Vasquez and Kynan Forney split time at right guard last night, and the battle to start at that spot might continue into the regular season.

“Those guys are competing their (rear ends) off,” Norv Turner said. “Someone is going to start Sept. 14. But just because someone starts the opener doesn't mean they're going to start (all) this year.”

Vasquez started and played three series in last night's 27-24 loss to the Atlanta Falcons before Forney came in to get a series between first-team right tackle Jeromey Clary and first-team center Nick Hardwick.
Forney, who appeared to have a lock on the starting job before a strained neck muscle sidelined him last week, made a few big blocks last night.

“Being out last week you don't get to work on your overall timing,” he said. “Also being out a year, I'm trying to get back to game speed and strength. I've got to stay healthy, keep getting better on my technique.”
Even though he's still sidelined with a sprained ankle, Ryan Mouton is still in contention for the Titans' kick returner job.
The coach said doesn't have a depth chart but that his returner is on the Tennessee roster right now. That could include rookie cornerback Ryan Mouton, who averaged 19.3 yards on returns before hurting his left ankle.

"I think our returners are on our roster, and who returns for us for the opener, that remains to be seen," Fisher said.


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