The Washington Redskins entered training camp with more depth than ever. This was especially true along the defensive line and should remain that way unless they become injury riddled. Yesterday, they suffered their first blow. Chris Neild is done for the season after tearing his ACL in 11-on-11's yesterday.
The news was disappointing to players and fans that've watch Neild progress from his rookie season, through the offseason. He recorded ten tackles and two sacks last year, playing in limited time behind Barry Cofield and was having a good camp according to most.
Luckily the Redskins do have some insurance. Jarvis Jenkins, who ironically or not, tore his ACL last preseason is healthy and back to form. Both were drafted by in 2011 by the Shanahan's to help add size and strength to the line. This season it'll be Jenkins turn to help the club. And many expect big things.
However, Jenkins isn't the only option–and might not be the favorite. Chris Baker, a true nose tackle, ha...