Donte' Stallworth

#14WR,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Tennessee
Birth Place: Sacramento, California
Draft: 2002 1st round (13th pick) by the
  • Need to Know: How well will the Redskins' defense adjust to six new starters?
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    Need to Know: How well will the Redskins' defense adjust to six new starters?

    Free agency is done. The draft is history. Rookie minicamp is in the rearview and the 90-man offseason roster has been filled out. Now comes the difficult part for Jay Gruden and his staff: putting it all together. With OTAs set to begin on Tuesday, Redskins Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler will examine top priorities on Gruden’s to-do list as he prepares the team for training camp in Richmond later this summer. Up today … Offensive line to-do list Tandler: The offseason program, starting with the condition program and continuing through OTAs and minicamp, is more important to quarterbacks than it is to any other position. With the 2011 CBA rules they can’t come in early and get some time

  • 10 things to know about Cedric Thornton, including how he knew basketball was not his sport
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    10 things to know about Cedric Thornton, including how he knew basketball was not his sport

    The Cowboys signed defensive lineman Cedric Thornton to a four-year, $18 million contract ($6 million fully guaranteed) this offseason. Here are 10 things to know about the former Philadelphia Eagle. 1. Undrafted but undaunted Thornton, who turns 28 in June and played collegiately at Southern Arkansas, signed as an undrafted free agent with the Eagles in 2011 (following the NFL lockout). He made Philly's 53-man roster out of training camp but was waived in September. He was signed to the Eagles' practice squad and promoted to the Eagles' active roster in December of 2011. 2. Small-town roots Thornton grew up in Tarry, Ark., with his two older brothers, Christopher and Nathaniel, and two younger

  • Ex-Redskins GM Scot McCloughan auctions team gear, raises $2,000 for charity
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    Ex-Redskins GM Scot McCloughan auctions team gear, raises $2,000 for charity

    If Scot McCloughan is hurting after his strange divorce with the Redskins, he isn't showing it.  The former Redskins general manager, who was fired on the first day of free agency, recently auctioned off some of his old team gear. According to ESPN's John Keim, McCloughan raised $2,000 in all and gave half of that to the Redskins' charity. Two autographed hats went for $1,000 total, which will be given to the Redskins Charitable Foundation. Meanwhile, a game-day suit jacket of McCloughan's went for another $1,000, which will be given to Northern Virginia Family Service.  Earlier this month, when the auction first made news, Scot McCloughan's wife, who came up with the idea, explained why the