2. Farewell Colt/Cult of Colt. The Skins announced the release of extremely popular QB Colt Brennan. Brennan wowed many during his first appearance in the 2008 Hall of Fame Game against the Colts (Note: sadly, it was one of Jim Zorn's best games as the Redskin's coach as well). Since then, injury and mediocre performances have hindered his playing time and opportunities. Brennan spent all of 2009 on the IR. I still think Colt has something to show the NFL. He reminds me of Doug Flutie in that Flutie made some amazing plays, but also made some big mistakes. Brennan is always exciting to watch on the field. IIWII wishes him the best.
3. Graham Gano is a good kicker. Hitting practically all of his kicks so far in camp, Gan looks like he'll have a very nice 2010 season. Could Gano be to the Redskins what David Akers became for the Eagles?
4. Devin Thomas is making strides. Word out of camp is that Devin Thomas is having a few good days and trying to move his way up the depth chart. He's going to have to work hard; apparently Shanahan is impressed with Joey Galloway.
5. Albert Haynesworth can't run 300 yards. Big Al still hasn't passed the conditioning test (swelling/irritation in knee) but he appears to be learning the system and getting ready to play RDE in the Skins 3-4. Expect him to start practicing with the team once he has the system and his technique down.
Continue to follow camp over at Skinscast.