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By PFW staff

Redskins players were denied access to their training facilities on Thursday, the morning after U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson ruled that the lockout should be immediately lifted following a request for a stay, according to The Washington Post.

LB Lorenzo Alexander and C Casey Rabach attempted to enter Redskins Park, according to The Post, but were denied access.

The team's player representative, Vonnie Holliday, has also been informed that the facilities would remain closed.

 "The doors are still closed and as I understand it, they will remain closed until the appeals process is completed," Holliday told the Post.

 

 

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