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Old 04-12-2013, 03:15 PM   #721
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Agree 100%, I like kaep but I don't think he's the answer for the 9ers.
Shoulda kept Smith.
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:11 PM   #722
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Washington Examiner - What to look for in a DB - Matt Bowen

Yes, were expecting the Redskins to select a defensive back with one of their first two picks later this month. Maybe even both of their first two. Considering the depth at corner and safety, and considering the desire for more depth at both spots, its a strong possibility. Weve told you whom they should look at in previous reports. This time well tell you what they should look for in a player, through the eyes of former Redskins safety Matt Bowen as well as a longtime NFL defensive coach.

No mention of dreamy eyes?

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Old 04-12-2013, 09:07 PM   #723
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Redskins lost in the race for Winfield..

Antoine Winfield, Seattle Seahawks strike contract - NFL.com
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:21 PM   #724
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Now that we're not getting Winfield, I can say this; he doesn't stay healthy. He did last year but previously he's been often injured.
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Am I crazy for thinking we should take a look at bringing C Woodson in (I realize we would have to restructure someone to do so) to raise the level of competition at nearly every position in the secondary? At the very least he would provide quality veteran depth at multiple positions.

I recently heard an interview with him and he seems to have a something to prove because no team has contacted him. He said he wanted to play another 2 years. I know he was hurt last year but he has pretty much proven to be sturdy in the past. I think we could get him pretty cheap with maybe an incentive laden contract. And he is only 8 months older than Winfield.

I know signing aging vets has not exactly worked out for us in the past but I feel this could something different.
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Am I crazy for thinking we should take a look at bringing C Woodson in (I realize we would have to restructure someone to do so) to raise the level of competition at nearly every position in the secondary? At the very least he would provide quality veteran depth at multiple positions.

I recently heard an interview with him and he seems to have a something to prove because no team has contacted him. He said he wanted to play another 2 years. I know he was hurt last year but he has pretty much proven to be sturdy in the past. I think we could get him pretty cheap with maybe an incentive laden contract. And he is only 8 months older than Winfield.

I know signing aging vets has not exactly worked out for us in the past but I feel this could something different.
Depends on how much dough he is wanting & our plans for the draft. I'm not sure how he & Hall would mesh either.
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Agree 100%, I like kaep but I don't think he's the answer for the 9ers.
He got hot last year but he's not the passer Griffin or Wilson is IMO. He used his legs much more than the other 2. We'll see next year I guess
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He got hot last year but he's not the passer Griffin or Wilson is IMO. He used his legs much more than the other 2. We'll see next year I guess
Don't forget your allegiance to the Kaep Krusaders Bandwagon we were both on skinsfaninok. Although I would rather have RG3, I believe Kaep is a better thrower than people give him credit for and I think he will be an elite level player with Griff, Wilson and Luck in the young studs QB club.
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Seattle won the offseason so far, they made smart moves and taken appropriate risks to take that next step.
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Right up until they are in cap hell in 2 years like the Steelers now
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Don't forget your allegiance to the Kaep Krusaders Bandwagon we were both on skinsfaninok. Although I would rather have RG3, I believe Kaep is a better thrower than people give him credit for and I think he will be an elite level player with Griff, Wilson and Luck in the young studs QB club.
O no doubt, I always said he's better than Smith but I don't think either of them are great QBs
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Right up until they are in cap hell in 2 years like the Steelers now
Pittsburgh is screwed for a few years. Cincinnati is the team to beat in they division IMO
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Grossman knows he won’t be running the read-option | ProFootballTalk

This may win the award for most obvious storyline of the year
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