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Dawgman Insider Blog: March 2011

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Washington's second practice of the spring was met with blustery and rainy conditions, but that didn't stop the team from getting in a brisk two-hour workout. Some youngsters started to show up and the quarterbacks -- Keith Price and Nick Montana -- continued their battle for the starting job. Deontae Cooper and Colin Porter also talked about practice and where they are at so far this spring.

Posted by Chris Fetters 3/31/2011 10:30 pm Colin Porter Thursday Quotes On how he's feeling: "Faster, strong, mentally stronger. I'm at 320 right now and I played at 307 last season. I feel great right now. I'm not any slower and I'm stronger. I'd probably like to be around 318 or so, so just a couple of pounds to work off." On the offseason with Ivan Lewis: "It was good. I just got a lot...

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