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Old 01-24-2011, 10:27 PM   #31
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Hear that most teams see Kaepernick as a hybrid/wildcat type of player

redskins also spoke with Locker, Carimi, Moffitt, Casey Matthews, and Greg Jones.

I hear their preference is to get an outside linebacker through free agency (once again, the name that comes up is Woodley) and then get help inside through the draft. But the CBA could put a damper on that.

For what it's worth Ive also heard they're seriously considering trading out of the first round. I think it's too early to really know for sure though
I've seen you make a few bold statements like this. I'd love to know how exactly you heard this?

Trading/Not re-signing Woodley would be nearly the equivalent of letting Brian Orakpo walk in free agency.. These things just don't happen. Especially when Farrior and Harrison are reaching the end of their careers.

As for the Redskins trading out of the first round? How on earth does this stuff leave the front office? :confused:

*I apologize if you truly do know something that every other Redskin fan doesn't, but this seems like a bit of a stretch.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:41 PM   #32
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I've seen you make a few bold statements like this. I'd love to know how exactly you heard this?

Trading/Not re-signing Woodley would be nearly the equivalent of letting Brian Orakpo walk in free agency.. These things just don't happen. Especially when Farrior and Harrison are reaching the end of their careers.

As for the Redskins trading out of the first round? How on earth does this stuff leave the front office? :confused:

*I apologize if you truly do know something that every other Redskin fan doesn't, but this seems like a bit of a stretch.
SS has inside info courtesy of the sports mothership. He does know things we laypeople aren't privy to.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:43 PM   #33
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It would have to be a QB, now you have me guessing SS!!!
Well I think at this poiny in the game they're just considering all options
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:44 PM   #34
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I've seen you make a few bold statements like this. I'd love to know how exactly you heard this?

Trading/Not re-signing Woodley would be nearly the equivalent of letting Brian Orakpo walk in free agency.. These things just don't happen. Especially when Farrior and Harrison are reaching the end of their careers.

As for the Redskins trading out of the first round? How on earth does this stuff leave the front office? :confused:

*I apologize if you truly do know something that every other Redskin fan doesn't, but this seems like a bit of a stretch.
Does it not occur to you that some people know people?
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:49 PM   #35
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Does it not occur to you that some people know people?
Yes it does, but unless he's best friends with a Scout/Coach/Owner/GM, these things wouldn't be tossed around that quickly.

But oh well, I appreciate your input about Woodley, that would be probably the best off season acquisition I've seen in a long time by the Redskins.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:55 PM   #36
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I think with a few years developing as a backup, Colin Kaepernick could be solid. He has size, speed, smarts, and arm strength.


I think Colin Kaepernick will be a starter in 2 to 3 seasons. Today he ran the offense underneath the Center and did well enough to get good reviews. This guy is smart, has his degree and got it before finishing his fourth year.

I think we could get him if we had a third round pick. The Combine makes players like Kaepernick climb up the draft boards because they interview well and do fairly good with the field events.
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:42 PM   #37
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I've seen you make a few bold statements like this. I'd love to know how exactly you heard this?

Trading/Not re-signing Woodley would be nearly the equivalent of letting Brian Orakpo walk in free agency.. These things just don't happen. Especially when Farrior and Harrison are reaching the end of their careers.

As for the Redskins trading out of the first round? How on earth does this stuff leave the front office? :confused:

*I apologize if you truly do know something that every other Redskin fan doesn't, but this seems like a bit of a stretch.
The Steelers are a bit notorious for not paying people much. I'm sure with a SB appearance, everyone's asking price will go up. And with Dick LeBeau possibly leaving, I don't think getting a guy like Woodley is completely out of the question.
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Yes it does, but unless he's best friends with a Scout/Coach/Owner/GM, these things wouldn't be tossed around that quickly.

But oh well, I appreciate your input about Woodley, that would be probably the best off season acquisition I've seen in a long time by the Redskins.
What do you mean these things wouldn't be tossed around that quickly?
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What do you mean these things wouldn't be tossed around that quickly?
These rumors are tossed around all off season. I don't think anything that you have said is out of the ordinary.. I guess doesn't know tht you have worked with the redskins before, I know after I've asked you twice haha
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I've seen you make a few bold statements like this. I'd love to know how exactly you heard this?

Trading/Not re-signing Woodley would be nearly the equivalent of letting Brian Orakpo walk in free agency.. These things just don't happen. Especially when Farrior and Harrison are reaching the end of their careers.

As for the Redskins trading out of the first round? How on earth does this stuff leave the front office? :confused:

*I apologize if you truly do know something that every other Redskin fan doesn't, but this seems like a bit of a stretch.
He works for the "worldwide leader" for starters
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Hear that most teams see Kaepernick as a hybrid/wildcat type of player

redskins also spoke with Locker, Carimi, Moffitt, Casey Matthews, and Greg Jones.

I hear their preference is to get an outside linebacker through free agency (once again, the name that comes up is Woodley) and then get help inside through the draft. But the CBA could put a damper on that.

For what it's worth Ive also heard they're seriously considering trading out of the first round. I think it's too early to really know for sure though
Out of all the discussion of the draft so far of players and pics on this board, this information gets me the excited. Like ive stated b4, this isnt the draft to have a top ten pick, especially with Luck staying. If we trade for a player with this pick, it better be a beast, best case would be multiple picks in the second and third. NE has alot of those.
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Old 01-25-2011, 11:33 AM   #42
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Locker apparently looking better today. Titans, Redskins, Vikings, Cardinals, Panthers all reportedly talking to him and paying close attention
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Locker has bust written all over him. I hope we don't take him....or Newton.
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Old 01-25-2011, 12:09 PM   #44
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Locker has bust written all over him. I hope we don't take him....or Newton.
I guess you think that Grosman will ride us to the Superbowl. Or Maybe Beck? Until we get a QB, we will be medicore at best. The only sure way to get a QB is to keep drafting high till you get one. You dont have a chance untill you have one, so why worry about other pieces untill you have one in place.
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I guess you think that Grosman will ride us to the Superbowl. Or Maybe Beck? Until we get a QB, we will be medicore at best. The only sure way to get a QB is to keep drafting high till you get one. You dont have a chance untill you have one, so why worry about other pieces untill you have one in place.
If you can't land the franchise QB, you keep building the OL / DL and work to acquire the franchise QB. The last thing you do is waste a top ten pick reaching on a QB. That reach on the QB sets the franchise back at least 3-4 years. Better to take a QB in the lower rounds (less investment) and see if one can develop into a solid starter.

If you have all the other pieces in place a reach (Sanchez) won't hurt the team as much and that QB will look a lot better behind a very good OL with a very good D on the other side of the ball.
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