Looks like the Front Offine and Staff are starting to put some pieces of the puzzle together. The re-signing of Rabach, and Williams shown the staff has at least SOME hope in the current linemen we have on the roster. It has been rumored that Chad Clifton was visiting the Redskins, and if he is signed, I'm sure they will put him at LT, and assume he hold that position down for 2 maybe 3 years. If Clifton isn't signed, I'm sure they are looking at other LT options in FA to come in and provide an immediate stop-gap. Rabach's extension assures him of being the starting C going into the 2010 season, and barring injury, or a complete collapse in play, probably into 2011 as well. Mike Williams was probably signed as a back-up RT or to come in and compete as a starter at RG. Heyer, I believe, is still good enough to start at RT. I don't believe he is suited to play LT. Reinhardt has got to given some consideration to start at RG, but will, and should be pushed hard. Dock, of course is a lock at RG.
Now that we have released Todd Collins, we are in great need of another QB on the roster. Grossman has been mentioned as someone who the Redskins are eyeing to come in as a back-up, or even stop-gap if a rookie is drafted.
So, this brings me to the point of my post. The writing is on the wall. The Shanny's clearly want to put their own stamp on this football team, and that Stamp is goint to be Oklahoma's Sam Bradford. Campbell will not be playing football for the Redskins in 2010. There will be a trade involving him. The most likely scenerio will be a sign-and-trade situation. This will happen before the Draft....
If the staff was going to spend the #4 overall pick on a LT, we wouldn't see them courting guys like Clifton. It doesn't make sense to draft a franchise LT, and let him sit for a year or two. When a team spends a high draft pick on an LT, that player plays right away, no questions. It definitly wouldn't make sense to draft a RT at the #4 pick, as there isn't one worth that high of a pick, and not to mention, we can get a RT in the 2nd rd if we need one badly.
So read the writing on the wall. There will be a QB selected at #4, UNLESS we trade back. There probable will, and should, be a OL drafted in the second and well as the 4th. I will aslo assume a young RB is brought in via the draft to compete with Portis and AA.
I almost feel bad for Campbell, and the way he has been used and treated by he previous staff, but I think we can all agree that a fresh start would be the best thing for JC and the Redskins.