The Washington Redskins 2009 nightmare regular season ended with a 4-12 record and last place in the NFC East. The team failed to make the playoffs for the second consecutive season and fired head coach Jim Zorn and replaced him with a Super Bowl winning coach former Denver Bronco Mike Shanahan. Following another dreadful season the team said goodbye to former starting quarterback Jason Campbell who was traded away to the Oakland Raiders. The Redskins then traded for former Philadelphia Eagles starter Donovan McNabb and the veteran will be under center this season. The team struggled mightily out of the…

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The 2008 Washington Redskins finished the 2008 season with an 8-8 record. They failed to make the playoffs and finished 4-4 at home and 4-4 on the road. Starting quarterback Jason Campbell is on the hot seat to keep his starting job as he passed for only 13 touchdowns last season. Campbell enters the final year of his contract with no extension on the table. He simply must show management that he is capable of leading this team to the playoffs. Interesting that the Redskins despite their poor scoring output decided to draft defensive players in their first four picks…

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