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Beck Looking for a Head Start Gets Turned Away From Redskins Park

Minutes after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced the agreement to the new collective bargaining agreement, and thus, the end of the lockout, Redskins quarterback John Beck rolled up to Redskins Park, hoping to get a head start on things according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post.

He was turned away at the security gate by a guard, who didn’t even know who he was. Beck was told that players can’t report until Tuesday morning, and left slightly disappointed, but not offended.

“I’m OK with that,” Beck said of not being recognized when reached this afternoon. “I haven’t done anything yet.”

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One Response to “Beck Looking for a Head Start Gets Turned Away From Redskins Park”

  1. JT says:

    This is the guy that is going to lead the team? Even fans knew that the players couldn’t report to the facilities yet.

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