Sign and trade in the works for Johnson?
[/color][/size][/font][/b]The Redskins matched New Orleans' four-year, $4.3 million offer sheet to restricted free agent FB [url="http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?statsId=5441"][color=#00009b]Bryan Johnson[/color][/url]. Gibbs, however, said that Johnson's status had not been resolved, leaving the possibility open for a trade. Johnson has not attended the minicamp.
Anyone have an idea on what we could get for sending Trotter AND Johnson somewhere in a deal?
A 2nd or 3rd rounder maybe?? ....for the both of them?? I don't think that would be far fetched...
But, I doubt they'll find a buyer with those 2 BOTH being OVERPAID and carrying hefty cap-hits.
When David Boston was traded he signed a new contract. Johnson and Trotter would talk to the team the Redskins had an agreement on as far as a trade goes and then sign a brand new contract.
Just heard on ESPN radio the Johnson is going to the Bears for a 6th round pick. :thumb:
i heard it was a 5th, 6th round is to low :nono:
:stop: Here is the story. 6th may be too low but that is what we got.
If we had let him go to the Saints, we wouldn't have gotten squat in return. Good move by the FO.
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