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REDSKINS4ever 12-13-2018 09:01 PM

Zach Brown's crying
 
Brown #53 is yet another disgruntled player complaining saying he wants to be elsewhere next season.....He signed a 3 year deal in the offseason and has 2 years remaining on his deal....should the Redskins simply release him or trade him for another player or/and draft pick ?

mooby 12-13-2018 09:23 PM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
If you're gonna put an enticing title like that on a post at least back it up with a link. Wanted to know whether this was something new or if this was about his bitching from being benched from a couple days ago.

The obvious answer is he's gonna be gone. Obviously he's not thrilled about being benched, and knows the scapegoat of him not practicing during the week is weak AF when they just don't want to say he was benched for performance reasons.

Also in order to trade someone they need to have value. A benched linebacker with 2 years left on his deal that was benched for crappy performance is not going to have much value.

REDSKINS4ever 12-13-2018 09:26 PM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=mooby;1213035]If you're gonna put an enticing title like that on a post at least back it up with a link. Wanted to know whether this was something new or if this was about his bitching from being benched from a couple days ago.

The obvious answer is he's gonna be gone. Obviously he's not thrilled about being benched, and knows the scapegoat of him not practicing during the week is weak AF when they just don't want to say he was benched for performance reasons.

Also in order to trade someone they need to have value. A benched linebacker with 2 years left on his deal that was benched for crappy performance is not going to have much value.[/quote]



[url]https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/zach-brown-sees-writing-wall-and-expects-leaves-redskins-after-season[/url]

I'm sorry.....this has been in the sports news for the past day....and I just assumed Redskins fans knew of it..

SFREDSKIN 12-13-2018 11:44 PM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
Brown, Foster and Norman gots to go, maybe even DJ. Too much talking and not enough production, if Reuben Foster is cleared and stays clean, he would be an upgrade over both of them.

FrenchSkin 12-14-2018 04:03 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=SFREDSKIN;1213045]Brown, Foster and Norman gots to go, maybe even DJ. Too much talking and not enough production, if Reuben Foster is cleared and stays clean, he would be an upgrade over both of them.[/quote]

Well we better have something like 44 draft picks and one hell of a free agency if we're going to cut every body...

I mean I get the frustration at people who talked too much, but IMO when it's that many people it reflects badly on the coaching staff.

Zach Brown is one of the better ILB in the league, and he improved his coverage skills this season. I like Foster quite a lot despite his lack of speed (as a player). Norman is having a solid season. And we all know what DJ can do.

Now, they all had some off games this year, as did every body on this roster... which, again, reflects badly on the coaches.

Let's not get rid of all the talent because of a derailing season. I'm all for the fresh start. Find a new HC, maybe a new GM, have a good offseason and see what this roster can do with less injuries, better coaching and full motivation!

irish 12-14-2018 07:56 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=SFREDSKIN;1213045]Brown, Foster and Norman gots to go, maybe even DJ. Too much talking and not enough production, if Reuben Foster is cleared and stays clean, he would be an upgrade over both of them.[/quote]

Totally agree. All those crybabies need to go. This team still has a shot a the playoffs and these bums are crying, gimme a break. This team need an attitude change and get rid of the chronic complainers and injured. They aren't helping so bring in players who will.

EdmundDorf 12-14-2018 08:04 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=FrenchSkin;1213048]Well we better have something like 44 draft picks and one hell of a free agency if we're going to cut every body...

I mean I get the frustration at people who talked too much, but IMO when it's that many people it reflects badly on the coaching staff.

Zach Brown is one of the better ILB in the league, and he improved his coverage skills this season. I like Foster quite a lot despite his lack of speed (as a player). Norman is having a solid season. And we all know what DJ can do.

Now, they all had some off games this year, as did every body on this roster... which, again, reflects badly on the coaches.

Let's not get rid of all the talent because of a derailing season. I'm all for the fresh start. Find a new HC, maybe a new GM, have a good offseason and see what this roster can do with less injuries, better coaching and full motivation![/quote]

Given our lack of cap space moving forward, even assuming we dont resign P.Smith and J.Crowder, if we have a new GM, HC, DC and OC then they are likely going to want to blow the whole thing up and eat the cap hit in one year..... all of the top contracts, besides TW maybe, will be in jeopardy

FrenchSkin 12-14-2018 08:11 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=EdmundDorf;1213054]Given our lack of cap space moving forward, even assuming we dont resign P.Smith and J.Crowder, if we have a new GM, HC, DC and OC then they are likely going to want to blow the whole thing up and eat the cap hit in one year..... all of the top contracts, besides TW maybe, will be in jeopardy[/quote]

Haven't study next year's cap situation yet, but I'm not sure a new staff would want to do that.
I think Jay needs to go because of his inability to coach, get the guys ready, and do any kind of in games adjustments.
But, take away the QB mess and I don't think the roster choices in the recent past have been bad.

We're building up from the trenches and with a good offseason I think a capable coaching staff could come in and have good results quite quickly.

MTK 12-14-2018 08:23 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
Too many soft MF'ers on this team. Upset about your playing time? Talk to your coach. Better yet man up, ball out, and make yourself irreplaceable.

SFREDSKIN 12-14-2018 08:46 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=FrenchSkin;1213048]Well we better have something like 44 draft picks and one hell of a free agency if we're going to cut every body...

I mean I get the frustration at people who talked too much, but IMO when it's that many people it reflects badly on the coaching staff.

Zach Brown is one of the better ILB in the league, and he improved his coverage skills this season. I like Foster quite a lot despite his lack of speed (as a player). Norman is having a solid season. And we all know what DJ can do.

Now, they all had some off games this year, as did every body on this roster... which, again, reflects badly on the coaches.

Let's not get rid of all the talent because of a derailing season. I'm all for the fresh start. Find a new HC, maybe a new GM, have a good offseason and see what this roster can do with less injuries, better coaching and full motivation![/quote]

Frenchy I know what you are saying, the problem is this guys sound like they donít want to be here. This is Fosterís second incident, Brown hasnít been the player he was last year, Norman is overpaid and DJ has diarrhea of the mouth. Maybe a new coaching regime can help?

sandtrapjack 12-14-2018 08:47 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=MTK;1213062]Too many soft MF'ers on this team. Upset about your playing time? Talk to your coach. Better yet man up, ball out, and make yourself irreplaceable.[/quote]

Rod Marrinelli makes his defenders earn the privilege of playing every week of practice. He has first rounders at or near the top of the depth chart watching games from the sideline. No effort=no play

If they are not working hard at practice and the guy behind them is balling out at practice, the guy behind them gets the Sunday snaps.

Schneed10 12-14-2018 08:50 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=MTK;1213062]Too many soft MF'ers on this team. Upset about your playing time? Talk to your coach. Better yet man up, ball out, and make yourself irreplaceable.[/quote]

Agree. Unfortunately I am starting to think the team's soft nature is reflective of the tone their head coach sets. Club Jay is a real phenomenon.

skinsfaninok 12-14-2018 09:03 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
I don't even care anymore. This team blows. Like I said I'm already looking at 2019.

FrenchSkin 12-14-2018 09:07 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[QUOTE=SFREDSKIN;1213065]Frenchy I know what you are saying, the problem is this guys sound like they donít want to be here. This is Fosterís second incident, Brown hasnít been the player he was last year, Norman is overpaid and DJ has diarrhea of the mouth. Maybe a new coaching regime can help?[/QUOTE]I agree and this is exactly why I hope we can get a new coach who the players want to play for and who can get them in line and fired up!

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sevier2 12-14-2018 10:02 AM

Re: Zach Brown's crying
 
[quote=sandtrapjack;1213066]Rod Marrinelli makes his defenders earn the privilege of playing every week of practice. He has first rounders at or near the top of the depth chart watching games from the sideline. No effort=no play

If they are not working hard at practice and the guy behind them is balling out at practice, the guy behind them gets the Sunday snaps.[/quote]

Cool story bro.


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