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ESPN's Dianna Russini talks about Washington

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ESPN's Dianna Russini talks about Washington

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From high school to pro football football washington had the day off today from training camp.

As far as preseason predictions for the 2017 skins....they are all over the map.

A lot of the publications have washington finishing any where from 6-10 to 10-6.

During the first few days of training camp many national media outlets are in richmond checking out washingon.

One of those media members is espn's dianna russini.

She covers the nfl for espn but she also covered the skins when she worked for a washington, d.c.

Tv station.

I asked russini her outlook and expections for washington.

She feels strongly about the burgandy and gold.

01-05i think this team can win the division.

That is saying a lot since we know what is in the division.

You have dak prescot, ezikiel elliott on the cowboys, eli is no getting worse.

We know that for a fact.

And the eagles are doinga lot.

And they havea lot of confidence and with carson wentz.

I think this team has the ability to go back to the playoffs this year.

The skins get back to practice tomorrow.

Washington's first preseason game is on august 10th at baltimore.

You can see the game right here on




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