Woody, Paul
December 2005
Sporting News;12/23/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 51, p66
The article focuses on the football team Washington Redskins. MLB Lemar Marshall reads and reacts quickly, learns from mistakes and rarely is caught out of position. Marshall, who was a defensive back in college, might be better suited to play on the weak side. QB Mark Brunell throws the ball away rather than trying to force it into a tight spot when he thinks a throw might be dangerous. That might frustrate some fans, but it's one of the qualities coach Joe Gibbs--who believes the best play a quarterback makes often is the one he does not try to make-wants in a starter. OLB LaVar Arrington studies film during the week, but his most valuable study time is on the field.


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