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ASHBURN, Va. (AP) - The newest Washington Redskins have been making their debuts at rookie camp.

Taking to the field Saturday were some five dozen players, including eight draft picks and plenty of undrafted players trying to make an impression.

One of the most important is Morgan Moses, a third-round selection expected to challenge for the starting job at right tackle.

Moses must switch sides after playing left tackle as a senior at Virginia. He had no trouble standing out because he's 6-foot-6 and has a thick beard.

His weekend is especially busy. He's marching in his graduation Sunday to receive his degree in anthropology. Moses says he chose that field because he wanted to become "the next Indiana Jones."

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