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Daily Slop: Redskins Have Work to do, Needs to Meet; Where Does Richard Crawford fit in the Secondary?

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Report: Redskins considering releasing Hall - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Hall is scheduled to count $8 million against the cap and as he has not prorated bonus money on his deal the Redskins would save that entire amount against the cap. They are about $3 million over as of now so the one move would satisfy the requirement and get them under the cap by the deadline that comes this Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Need to Know: A package deal in free agency? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
It’s possible that the Redskins and Rosenhaus have an agreement that the agent will deliver Davis to the Redskins in exchange for the team agreeing to keep Moss at his current deal or perhaps with a minimal reduction. There is no indication that an arrangement such as this but they are not unusual. It may not be in the best interest of the players but that is the risk they take when they sign up with a big agency like Rosenhaus’.

The Redskins Blog | Hall Of Famers Reflect On Time Together

Offseason questions: Where does Richard Crawford fit in the secondary?
The Redskins are expected to make moves this offseason – through free agency or the draft – to upgrade their secondary. Safety seems to carry the most importance, but the team could use help at cornerback as well.

Longterm questions for Redskins at MLB | CSN Washington
There are legitimate concerns about Fletcher as well. It appears that the high ankle sprain that forced yesterday’s surgery and caused him to miss most practice time for the last six games of the season plus the Seattle playoff game will be fine. But he will be 38 before the season starts and it is reasonable to think that more injury woes are a possibility.

Possible free agent target: TE Brandon Myers | CSN Washington

Why Running Equals Winning for the Washington Redskins | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
A look at the history of Mike Shanahan teams when it comes to running the football, and how that relates to their success.

Redskins have work to do, needs to meet - The Washington Post
The priority re-signings for Washington are believed to be linebacker/special teams captain Lorenzo Alexander and tight end Fred Davis. And it remains to be seen how last year’s starting left guard, Kory Lichtensteiger, and starting right tackle, Tyler Polumbus, figure into Washington’s plans. Meanwhile, tight end Logan Paulsen, starting fullback Darrel Young and outside linebacker Rob Jackson, who filled in for the injured Brian Orakpo last season, are among a handful of restricted free agents that Washington wants to keep in the fold.

Flashback Friday: Charles Mann and Dexter Manley (Video) - Hail to the Redskins
Together these two men combined for 173 sacks and are number one, and number two on the Redskins all-time sack leaders list. Both were selected to the 70 Greatest Redskins of all-time team and both are members of the Washington Redskins Ring of Fame.

The Voidable Year and the Salary Cap - Over the Cap
How voidable contracts work in the NFL and the salary cap danger associated with using it

Leaked NFL Documents: While Owner Cried Hardship, Carolina Panthers Had $112 Million Profit Over Two Years [UPDATE]
In 2010 and 2011, as the NFL prepared for and staged a lockout of its players, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson was among the hardest of the hardliners, urging his fellow owners to "take back our league" by demanding a more management-friendly collective-bargaining agreement.