'SB Nation Radio,' Episode 26: What To Make Of Redskins' Player-Organized Minicamp

The Washington Redskins made waves locally when 30 players decided to come together to hold their own minicamp of sorts to account for their inability to practice with their coaches during the ongoing NFL lockout. It was a nice story and it spurred a lot of reaction indicating the team was in the midst of a culture change. But how much does it really matter? Are we giving it a little too much credit?

That's the question Scott Jackson and Mike Prada discussed in this week's episode of SB Nation Radio on 106.7 The Fan. We also talk to our Adam Vingan about Wednesday night's crazy Capitals win to take a 3-1 lead over the Rangers in their first-round 2011 NHL Playoffs series. What happened to allow the Capitals to win that game? We also discuss the Wizards' lack of draft options with our Michael Katz and shoot the breeze about the 2011 NFL Draft with our Daniel Shiferaw. 

You can listen to the show this weekend on 106.7 The Fan. Here are the segments.

SB Nation Radio Part 1: The Redskins' minicamp

SB Nation Radio Part 2: Adam Vingan on the Capitals' big win

SB Nation Radio Part 3: Michael Katz on the Wizards' draft prospects

SB Nation Radio Part 4: Dan Shiferaw on the 2011 NFL Draft

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