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  1. Larry Warford OG Released by NO

    Three time pro bowler on open market. We could use an experienced LG for 2020 and with many clubs at or near the cap we might be able to sign him to a reasonable deal. I would rather make this move then give up a pick to JAX for Fournette.
  2. Thank You Adrian Peterson

    No player pointed up the dysfunction of Jay Gruden's term as coach more than Peterson. He didn't want to bring him here in 2018 and he ran for 1,000 yards and was the team's only offense. In 2019 Gruden tried to embarrass Peterson by sitting him in favor of a guy that couldn't negotiate a set...
  3. What Gruden Doesn’t Understand About AP

    On the surface sitting a 34 year old back in an opener might not cause much of a stir in most NFL cities. But the circumstances in Washington starting the 2019 season are somewhat different than most and as usual Jay Gruden was caught behind the curve on this one. First, it seemed clear last...
  4. Game 1 Likes and Dislikes

    Likes: 1. McLaurin looks like he has a bright future in the NFL. His speed is noticeable and his hands were reliable on short and intermediate routes. 5 catches for 125 yards and a TD is a darn good start, and it could have been 200 plus yards if Keenum hadn't overthrown Terry on that second...
  5. Jordan Reed is Symptomatic of Biggest Remaining Redskins Blind Spot

    Let's not mask concern for Jordan Reed's health. He may very well be going through his SEVENTH concussion since college. At some point you want to see guys walk away from the game under their own power. It may be time for him to do so if these symptoms linger and he's in the protocol for more...
  6. Drafting of Haskins Changes Redskins Trajectory and View of 2019

    Make no mistake about it, the Redskins have been getting younger overall the past couple of years. Better draft picks mean more younger players staying on the roster and starting to build their NFL careers. Gone are the days the team drafts 8 or 9 players and a year later only one or two of...
  7. Pre-Camp Moves

    Haven't posted in awhile. Been traveling for work. Based on where we are now in re the Trent Williams situation and the likelihood Doctson is going to continue to be a guy we have to carry I would make the following two moves: 1. Sign Donald Penn to nail down depth at OT for 2019. Trent will...
  8. Redskins Showing A Lot While Having Lot To Do

    The Redskins finished last season with a team full of holes. Not all would be fixed in one offseason despite what Allen, Gruden and others publicly said about the pressure to win now. That seemed obvious to a lot of us. What the Redskins have done so far in free agency and the draft to me...
  9. Planning for 2018

    I am assuming Jay Gruden is returning as head coach and the team will finally sort out the qb situation without having to give Cousins the $34M franchise tag for a third year of living in limbo. In this post I am talking more about what certain players and coaches can do irrespective of...
  10. Same In for Same Out for DC Area Sports Teams: It Is In The Stars

    Much has been made of the DC sports 'curse' in regards to the Caps and Nats. After several years of watching this melodrama playing out, my observation is that it was all predictable. Why? Because you had two talented teams in the Caps and Nats that had consistently underachieved in the...
  11. Chris Cooley's Take On Roster & Starters

    This AM on 980 Cooley went on to comment on some of the players on the roster, and who should be starting at several spots: 1. Running back - thinks Kelley has won the job with his play and intangibles but Gruden/Scot still favor Matt Jones. Cooley seemed surprised a rookie coming off a year in...
  12. Trent Murphy's Future With Redskins

    Ryan Kerrigan with 9.5 sacks despite injuries in 2015 was signed to a long-term deal he deserves. Preston Smith took over the other OLB spot down the stretch and finished with 8.0 sacks, which lead rookies. Meanwhile, #2 pick Trent Murphy from 2014 now appears set to be a backup at OLB heading...
  13. Outside Linebacker

    Yes, Junior Galette fell out of our lap before we even got to see him on the field this year. But we never counted on having him after free agency and the draft concluded in May. He was a 'Christmas' surprise so to speak. That said this team and the coaches look awfully down in the mouth...
  14. DeSean Jackson

    Jason Reid complains that the 'rudderless' Redskins didn't do anything when Jackson skipped OTAs to watch the basketball playoffs. The workouts are voluntary per the CBA and Jackson is not a rookie or younger guy trying to earn his spurs that the team can simply coerce him with the threat of...
  15. Tracy Porter and Chris Chester Are Gone

    Per CSN, both players will be released today. Saves $6M under the cap. Redskins are now in solid position to add a veteran or two over the summer if the opportunity arises. McCloughan acts quickly. I didn't expect these moves for some time.
  16. Stevan Ridley Visiting Redskins Today

    Per Mike Reiss on ESPN. Looks like we are not looking solely to the draft for depth at RB.
  17. Rahim Moore - Safety Broncos

    Moore signed today with the Texans, 3 years $12M. Given his age, 26, and athleticism I think we may have missed out on a player we could have used for a price we easily could have picked up.
  18. Redskins Eagles Trade Rumors CSN

    There was a blurb this AM about a potential deal where Philly would get the #5 overall pick for #20 this year, a #4 this year, a #1 in 2016, and another #4 in 2016. That's not enough compensation IMO. The Eagles won 19 games the past two years, so another pick around #20 or lower in 2016 is...
  19. Special Teams Improvement

    We now have a punter who can kick for distance and a FG kicker that is consistent on the crucial 'makes' in crunch time. With that said, I don't see why we can't use Tress Way on kickoffs much as Joe Gibbs used Steve Cox to improve our returns against numbers. We didn't have a legit punter...
  20. First Step To Recovery - Admission

    By signing McCoughlan the Redskins admitted for the first time what many on the outside knew for a long time - the team is at or near the bottom and a complete rebuild is necessary. This is the most optimistic I have been since Gibbs came back. For once we are going into the offseason...
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