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2013 Redskins Bubble Player: Tony Pashos

Sean Patterson examines bubble player Tony Pashos and his chances of making the 2013 Redskins squad.

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6’6", 325

Illinois, Offensive Tackle

11th season in the league, 1st season with the Redskins

Key Career Stats

2003 5th round Pick by the Ravens (173 overall)

When they joined Redskins

Career Stats: 92 Games played, 70 Games Started

Career Summary: Tony Pashos was a Right Tackle during his time at Illinois and received First Team All-Big Ten twice during his college career (2001, 2002). Pashos has floated around to a few different rosters during his NFL career, including the Ravens, Jaguars, 49ers and Browns. In 2009, Pashos fractured his left scapula and he was placed on injured reserve. He spent the next two years with the Browns and struggled with injuries during his time in Cleveland. Pashos missed the entire 2012 season due to a foot surgery.

Twitter handle: @BigGreek79

What is coming in 2013: I think Pashos has a very good chance to make the roster as the back-up Right Tackle. He is currently the second string right tackle on the roster and he has been a solid tackle during his career. Tyler Polumbus is likely to be the starting Right Tackle again for the Redskins, whether anyone likes it or not. The only possible threats to Pashos’s spot include Jeremy Trueblood and Maurice Hurt. Trueblood has not exactly had a stellar camp so far. Hurt was effective in his appearance last year and it is unlikely he could play Right Tackle all year. Pashos is an experienced veteran and if he can stay healthy, he could be a valuable asset to the Redskins offensive line.