Need to Know: Five who are more valuable to the Redskins than to another team | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, February 19, 20 days before the start of NFL free agency. Nickel coverage Here are five pending Redskins free agents (update: four plus one who just signed) who are more valuable to Washington than to any other team.
Are the Redskins done at cornerback? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Josh Wilson, who has started the last 48 games at cornerback opposite Hall, is set to be a free agent on March 11. The Redskins drafted David Amerson in the second round last year and although he still has some rough edges that need work it is a good bet that he will be starting when opening day rolls around. If that is the plan, there is no need to bring back Wilson unless he wants to come back on the cheap as the nickel back. This also likely rules out the team going after a big-money free agent cornerback like Aqib Talib of the Patriots or Alterraun Verner of the Titans.
Jim Haslett: Redskins closer to 10-6 than 3-13
"To me, when I look at this team, I think we’re closer to the 10-win season than I do the three-win season," Haslett told Larry Michael on Redskins Nation recently. "The last two months of the year were probably the worst I’ve ever had in pro football. [In] 10 years playing, 25 years coaching, I’ve never been through anything like that — he said, she said. A lot of things going on that shouldn’t be going on in your locker room, that eats up players’ time when it shouldn’t. They should be worrying about football and none of the other stuff. Hopefully we never have to go through that again — or I’ll never go through that again — because I don’t want to be around something like that. That was an embarrassment to the organization, to yourself."
Washington Redskins combine prep: safeties - ESPN
The Redskins selected two safeties last spring, but one (Phillip Thomas) missed the entire season with a foot injury and the other (Bacarri Rambo) did
Redskins free agent fits: Guard | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Best fit: Geoff Schwartz, Chiefs. Started six of the last seven games at right guard after taking over for Jon Asamoah. Schwartz also made one start at left guard in 2013 and can play tackle in a pinch. At 6-6, 340-pounds, Schwartz possesses the size Gruden prefers at guard. He’s coming off a strong season, is in his prime years and won’t break the bank. It should be noted that Schwartz and the Chiefs have both acknowledged that they’d like to get an extension hammered out.
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NFL sued by Minnesota police groups for banning off-duty officers from carrying weapons to games | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
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