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By Bill Free | September 13, 1996
What's new: Redskins tackle Ed Simmons (6 feet 5, 330 pounds) is being heralded as a leader on the offensive line after playing many of his previous nine seasons with Washington in the shadows of Jim Lachey and Joe Jacoby. Gus Frerotte said Simmons still doesn't talk much, but "every now and then he'll get on somebody's case." Simmons has been bothered by various knee injuries throughout his career but still managed to be on the field for 1,981 snaps out of a possible 2,058 during the 1994 and 1995 seasons.
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Sports Digest | June 7, 2012
Redskins Training-camp site being moved to Richmond The Washington Redskins will move their August training camp from Ashburn, Va., to Richmond beginning in 2013, people with knowledge of the situation told The Washington Post on Wednesday. As part of the deal, a $30 million expansion will be coming to the team's Loudoun County facility, where the Redskins' corporate headquarters will remain. The state is kicking in $4 million to help fund the expansion, the sources said.
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