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    Redskins host Sterling Middle School students for NFL Play 60

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    The Washington Redskins played host to more than 100 Sterling Middle School students Sept. 18 for an NFL Play 60 Mini-Combine at Redskins Park in Ashburn.

    NFL Play 60 is a National Football League program established to encourage kids to be active for 60 minutes a day in order to help reverse the trend of childhood obesity.

    The following Redskins were in attendance to assist the students: DL Chris Baker, WR/KR Brandon Banks, OL Adam Gettis, DB DeJon Gomes, OL Maurice Hurt, RB Alfred Morris, OL Tyler Polumbus, RB Evan Royster and FB Darrel Young.

    -Photos and video by Michael “Moe” Murphy

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