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Old 07-31-2011, 07:17 PM   #16
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What about Chicago and Detroit. Chicago actually tried to trade for him. And he could certainly beat out Corey Hilliard in Detroit. Not to mention J'Marcus Webb in Chicago.
I think Hilliard is just placeholding until Backus comes off PUP (IF Backus comes off PUP -- if not, they'll need OL help). Webb is the guy in Chicago as long as Martz/Tice are there. They really like him at RT.
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Old 07-31-2011, 07:19 PM   #17
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I'd like to know the numbers...
Because contract numbers typically break from the agent's side, the longer you go without hearing them, the more team-friendly the deal is.
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Old 07-31-2011, 07:25 PM   #18
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Anyone know the $numbers$?
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Old 07-31-2011, 07:29 PM   #19
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I think Hilliard is just placeholding until Backus comes off PUP (IF Backus comes off PUP -- if not, they'll need OL help). Webb is the guy in Chicago as long as Martz/Tice are there. They really like him at RT.
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Old 07-31-2011, 07:34 PM   #20
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A move we expected.. I wonder if we are done with O-line yet? I still want us to add a guard that could come in to compete for the spot, that is unless coaches like Hicks enough not to sign anyone else.
KS hinted Chris Chester is going to get first look at RG. Doesn't mean the buck stops there but I look for Hicks to backup both G & T. I prefer Brown over Heyer....glad he decided to resign.
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Old 07-31-2011, 08:06 PM   #21
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Good. Didn't care if we kept him or signed Harris. Now if we got neither I woulda been pissed.
I gotta feeling with might get both. You can mos def see a change in the market since the frenetic pace of the first several days. Harris, from what ive seen but more from what i read, is not that great. Being he is a system fit and a Shanny pick leads me to believe, for the right price, Harris could be in here as a valuable back up. Even though J.B. is supposidly ready to go, that hip kept him out for awhile and when he played still hurt at the beginning of last year, he was largely ineffective. Id say we still in the market looking for some back up help, Harris would be nice addition.
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Old 07-31-2011, 08:32 PM   #22
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I think Hilliard is just placeholding until Backus comes off PUP (IF Backus comes off PUP -- if not, they'll need OL help). Webb is the guy in Chicago as long as Martz/Tice are there. They really like him at RT.
Mark my words, Harris will be a Chicago Bear next season and he will start at RT when healthy
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Brown, seventh-year pro, on Sunday agreed to terms with Washington on a five-year, $27.5 million deal. He chose the Redskins over Arizona, Kansas City and Chicago.
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5 years $27.5Mil, same as Bowen.
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:03 PM   #24
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5 years $27.5Mil, same as Bowen.
That could be a steal. For a guy with his track record and the position he plays $27.5 million could have easily been the signing bonus. Makes me laugh when I think of how much money Chad Clifton wanted from us last year. Hopefully it reflects well on our culture seeing as how he got offers from two other playoff teams.

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RT - Jammal Brown B+ (Much healthier now and really came around at the end of last year. Still say that we have a better pair of bookends right now then Samuals and Jansen in their primes).
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:19 PM   #25
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Re: Redskins Resign Jamaal Brown

Good signing that brings continuity to the o-line. We need to sign a backup, one not named Stephon Heyer.
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Good signing that brings continuity to the o-line. We need to sign a backup, one not named Stephon Heyer.
This. The biggest thing for me is continuity, constant reshuffling makes the line suck, at least they won't suck as hard as they have in years past. And while we're on O-line, I would love to pick up another G/C, someone who can push to start -- Beck is going to need a lot of help
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Old 07-31-2011, 10:35 PM   #27
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Re: Redskins Resign Jamaal Brown

denver already said they won't be bringing harris back, so he's still out there.
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Still say that we have a better pair of bookends right now then Samuals and Jansen in their primes).
You are completely out of your mind, neither are even playing at Jansen's top level yet. Samuals is in a completely different category.
Do they have the potential...sure...but boy, your excitement about a re-signing has gone to your head.
This is still an average line at best....but it is good to celebrate getting at least Rabach off the line.
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Old 07-31-2011, 10:41 PM   #29
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Re: Redskins Resign Jamaal Brown

Didn't Shanny draft Ryan Harris specifically for his scheme? If the guy wasn't as expensive as he probably will be, I would totally support trying to get him.
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You are completely out of your mind, neither are even playing at Jansen's top level yet. Samuals is in a completely different category.
Do they have the potential...sure...but boy, your excitement about a re-signing has gone to your head.
This is still an average line at best....but it is good to celebrate getting at least Rabach off the line.
Cutting Rabach = Addition by subtraction.
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