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Could the Redskins find a future FS at CB? Mel Kiper says yes | WashingtonExaminer.com
If the Redskins can’t find a safety they like in free agency or even in the college ranks, they can turn to another position to fill this need: corner. A handful of players each year make the transition from corner to safety. There will be several more who could do the same in 2013, according to ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper. David Amerson, N.C. State: Russ Lande talked about him in my email report last week and Amerson was the first name Kiper mentioned when asked about this topic. It’ll be interesting to see what he runs in the 40-yard dash at the scouting combine – the knock on him is that he’ll be too slow to play corner in the NFL. In the games I saw him play, Amerson often lined up eight or nine yards off his man; he could not get away with that in the NFL.
Now, as he enters his fifth season, Orakpo is looking to get back on track and try yet again to establish himself as one of the most dominant pass-rushers in the league.
Opponents routinely extended drives, converting 44.2-percent (95 of 215) of their third downs. It often resulted in tired Redskins’ defenders late in games and, of course, fewer opportunities for Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris on offense.
Redskins tight end Fred Davis will be an unrestricted free agent on March 12. He was designated the team’s franchise player in 2012, a move that guaranteed him a salary of $5.4 million.
Florio thinks that the Redskins’ only options could be to threaten a lawsuit and hope that the league will be concerned enough about the potential damage a suit could do and give in to the Redskins’ request to restore their cap dollars.
A look at where the Redskins stand in relation to the 2014 salary cap.
Report: 'Skins might offer multiyear deal to Fred Davis - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins slapped the franchise tag on tight end Fred Davis last offseason, but might opt for an incentive-laden, multiyear pact this time around.
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The NFL is reportedly putting together a contingency plan, should a snowstorm or any sort of cold weather system move into East Rutherford, New Jersey in time to disrupt the NFL’s biggest game of the year in 2014. This roundtable discussion by the Junks lays out all the possibilities and ponders what would be the preferred day for the game to be moved to.