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Old 04-01-2006, 10:44 AM   #16
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Re: Redskins Notes (3/31): K Wright, Evans etc

since we got thoses 2 OL backups LB has been favored (a #3CB is MUCH cheaper and easier to find than a starter LB in free agency). I'd still like to go OG in the draft cause i'm not sold on the OL fodder they signed (both to one year deals, meaning they're not highly thought of).
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Old 04-01-2006, 11:10 AM   #17
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since we got thoses 2 OL backups LB has been favored (a #3CB is MUCH cheaper and easier to find than a starter LB in free agency). I'd still like to go OG in the draft cause i'm not sold on the OL fodder they signed (both to one year deals, meaning they're not highly thought of).
This is where it hurts that we traded our 3. Normally, that's a great round to go get an offensive lineman. I think the value will be other places in round 2, and that if we do go offensive line, it should be an offensive tackle.
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Old 04-01-2006, 11:18 AM   #18
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This is where it hurts that we traded our 3. Normally, that's a great round to go get an offensive lineman. I think the value will be other places in round 2, and that if we do go offensive line, it should be an offensive tackle.
the good tackles are gone by then. you can get the #1 or #2 OG in the draft, or you can get the #6 OT. Our weakest link is dockery, and he only has a 1 year deal. jansen and samuels are locked up long term, as are thomas and rabach.
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Old 04-01-2006, 11:22 AM   #19
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Re: Redskins Notes (3/31): K Wright, Evans etc

don't forget about Jamar Fletcher,according to the wp he's supposed to visit monday. He might not have turned out to be a shut down corner after getting drafted in the 1st rnd., but he's a solid nickel back.
I love the resigning of evans, he's made his career here & seems to be a gibbs/g.williams kinda guy, plays dt & de. he'll never be a star but he's 1 of the kind of role players that makes a team.
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Old 04-01-2006, 11:25 AM   #20
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yeah, i wonder if K wright kills the fletcher deal. but we only have 3 safeties, one of which can't cover, so he might still be brought in. It'd be crazy to get him and adams and still have a 2nd and a bunch of fodder draft picks... If we do that and don't win the SB it'd be a total failure though
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Old 04-01-2006, 11:34 AM   #21
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Re: Redskins Notes (3/31): K Wright, Evans etc

I don't know about Adams, he's alright but maybe I'm having problems w/seeing an ex eagle in b & g.
I actually hope that Holdman comes back cheaply & plays well. From the sounds of it, he was never comfortable in the system, but maybe he'll be better in it the 2nd year. Not a long term answer, but he can provide depth if a draft pick can't win the job
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the good tackles are gone by then. you can get the #1 or #2 OG in the draft, or you can get the #6 OT. Our weakest link is dockery, and he only has a 1 year deal. jansen and samuels are locked up long term, as are thomas and rabach.
Jansen was a second rounder, though admittedly he was selected much higher than the spot we have this year.

Unless there's clearly a better tackle available, I agree we should go for a guard. But I wouldn't pass up a tackle knowing that you could always plug him in at the guard position for additional experience.
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the good tackles are gone by then. you can get the #1 or #2 OG in the draft, or you can get the #6 OT. Our weakest link is dockery, and he only has a 1 year deal. jansen and samuels are locked up long term, as are thomas and rabach.
Outside of Molinaro, we have absolutely no depth at tackle. I'm hoping we do address that, maybe through FA.
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Re: Redskins Notes (3/31): K Wright, Evans etc

if holdman delivers any more sub-trashcan level games he'll need to be shot. Adams isn't a star, but he'd be a big upgrade over what we saw of holdman last year.
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Outside of Molinaro, we have absolutely no depth at tackle. I'm hoping we do address that, maybe through FA.
T walters is a T, some of the other backups have played tackle as well... but anyone is going to be a drop off from chris and jon unless they make 5$mill a year

some of the guards can play tackle, some can't, but in the 2nd round you're generally getting complete guards that can play vs semi-project tackles (like guys that moved from TE etc). It just seems like people stretch for OTs and QBs and draft them above their talent levels too often :/ I'm all for best available OL though... but gibbs did say he was only looking for G/C backup guys, as if he was comfortable with the backup tackles we have.
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isnt molinaro a guard?no way bringing adams in.as much as i dont like holdman,for the right money i would be willing to give him another shot
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isnt molinaro a guard?no way bringing adams in.as much as i dont like holdman,for the right money i would be willing to give him another shot
redskins.com lists him as a OT, so i'd say no he's not a guard. adams might be around the same price. Adams isn't going to get 3mill a year or anything like that.
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Re: Redskins Notes (3/31): K Wright, Evans etc

With the release of Kim Herring, do you think he would fit in with the skins? Considering GW likes safeties. I think he could be a good fit if his shoulder is all healed up.
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K. Herring isn't much physically these days. He could make a decent backup.
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Re: Redskins Notes (3/31): K Wright, Evans etc

I'm very excited we re-signed D. Evans. Theres just somthing about this kid that I think can be VERY special. I really didnt want to lose him this year, I think he could be a starter for us eventually!
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