"I don't think there are many safeties who can do what I do underneath," said Archuleta, who made his reputation with the Rams as a run-stopper. "People like to say I can't cover. I don't believe it. I don't have a lot of interceptions, [but] I don't get beat a lot, [and] rarely was I out of position until last season.
"I'm looking forward to the fans of Washington actually seeing what I'm capable of doing and what I could have been doing in a Redskins uniform."
For now on, Adam Archuleta is Chicago's problem. Again, I wish him well. If you are interested in following his career as a player, please go to Windy City Gridiron.
That said I have a feeling, should he succeed in Chicago, no story about Archuleta will ever fail to mention his time in Washington to take a (probably well deserved) shot at our team. I do not look forward to that.
Update [2007-3-23 11:55:59 by Skin Patrol]: Don't know how I missed this, also from the article (emphasis mine):