The time between the Super Bowl and the opening of the next NFL season is often viewed as the “off-season” for the fans. Your friends at TheHogs.net don’t believe there is an “off-season”. Oh sure, you have the week prior to and following the NFL Draft in April and mix in the free agent signings and then what? There isn’t much for fans to sink their teeth into as far as filling in the weeks leading up to the upcoming season. Well, that is about to change. You see there is more to the “off-season” than golf and fantasy leagues.
We here at TheHogs.net will be bringing you coverage of the Redskins as they prepare for the season and start another chapter in the history of Joe Gibbs and our beloved Washington Redskins.
We will be leading the fans into training camp with positional breakdowns, overviews, personnel reviews, and profiles and training camp matchups. Once camp opens, we will also be offering unprecedented coverage of Redskins training camp as the staff of TheHogs.net will be invading Redskin Park to provide daily updates directly from the site of the 2004
Starting Tuesday, June 1st, the lineup leading up to the open of training camp is as follows:
Week 1 – 2004 Coaching staff
Week 2 – Quarterbacks
Week 3 – Running backs (fullbacks and H-backs)
Week 4 – Receivers and Tight ends
Week 5 – Offensive line (a.k.a. The Hogs)
Week 6 – Defensive line/Defensive ends
Week 7 – Linebackers
Week 8 – Secondary
Week 9 – Special teams
Stay tuned here for all your training camp details, previews, updates and news. To get any closer to the training camp action, you will have to be standing next to us in Ashburn! What? You want to get with TheHogs.net staff at training camp? We can help you do just that. By attending camp with us, you will have a chance to see a Redskins game at FedEx this season. All this and more that you have come to expect STILL free of charge courtesy of TheHogs.net! This is your one stop on the ‘net for Redskins training camp, regular season and “off-season” action.
– Wingman & BossHog
Edit: This blog was archived in May of 2016 from our original articles database.It was originally posted by Les Barnhart