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Old 04-04-2014, 11:30 PM   #16
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Speaking of, is Tanard a lost cause? Has he been a lost cause? Haven't paid much attention to his situation.
Yes...he is. Let it go along with the Shanahan regime.
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Old 04-05-2014, 12:17 PM   #17
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Yes...he is. Let it go along with the Shanahan regime.
i'll always have the moment when i broke his leg, too bad he couldn't have had a better career; my story would be so much cooler.

on rob jackson, i almost forgot we hadn't re-signed him yet, i am very glad we did!
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Re: Redskins re-sign Rob Jackson

I wonder why he didn't sign with Oakland. Surely they offered him more money we did, and a better chance at starting for sure. Maybe he likes what the FO is doing here and wants to be a part of it.

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i'll always have the moment when i broke his leg, too bad he couldn't have had a better career; my story would be so much cooler.

on rob jackson, i almost forgot we hadn't re-signed him yet, i am very glad we did!
What? How'd you break Tanard Jackson's leg?
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I wonder why he didn't sign with Oakland. Surely they offered him more money we did, and a better chance at starting for sure. Maybe he likes what the FO is doing here and wants to be a part of it.



What? How'd you break Tanard Jackson's leg?
pop warner football in maryland.

state championship game, they were ahead by 2 scores in the 3rd quarter, tanard was their qb. it was a pass, he was scrambling around in the backfield for a long time and i (from le) finally got close enough to pounce on him, his leg was in an awkward position when i took him down.

i got up happy about the sack, but then i saw him and i felt terrible. they brought an ambulance onto the field and play was stopped for almost awhile. he was easily their best player and we were able to come back and win the game.
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^ pretty sure it was 3rd q, may have been late 2nd q. my memory is fading in my old age.
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Old 04-06-2014, 04:25 PM   #22
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pop warner football in maryland.

state championship game, they were ahead by 2 scores in the 3rd quarter, tanard was their qb. it was a pass, he was scrambling around in the backfield for a long time and i (from le) finally got close enough to pounce on him, his leg was in an awkward position when i took him down.

i got up happy about the sack, but then i saw him and i felt terrible. they brought an ambulance onto the field and play was stopped for almost awhile. he was easily their best player and we were able to come back and win the game.
Ha! Awesome story...
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Rob Jackson re-signs with the #Redskins. The 2008 draft class hasn't officially died just yet.
I never in my wildest dreams would have guessed that on draft day Rob Jackson would be the only one that would last this long. I was convinced when they drafted him that he was a virtual lock to get cut before the season. No real distinguishable physical upside (unlike sexier late round picks like Markus White, Tom Compton, Niles Paul, Terrance Austin, Marko Mitchell, and Chris Thompson) and lackluster production in college (6 sacks in two years). Then of course when he made the team along with the other 9 rookies from that class I figured it was just Vincenzo trying to save face.

Even crazier then the fact that Rob Jackson is the only remaining Skin from that draft is the fact that as of right now only Jackson and Rhinehart are the only players currently on a roster. I guess Fred Davis will get back in the league after his suspension runs its course either naturally or through appeals, provided of course he doesn't employ the Charles Rogers offseason training program, but have to say good for Rob Jackson for making this long.
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i've been watching 2012 on nfl rewind, he makes so many plays. very excited he didn't move on.
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I never in my wildest dreams would have guessed that on draft day Rob Jackson would be the only one that would last this long. I was convinced when they drafted him that he was a virtual lock to get cut before the season. No real distinguishable physical upside (unlike sexier late round picks like Markus White, Tom Compton, Niles Paul, Terrance Austin, Marko Mitchell, and Chris Thompson) and lackluster production in college (6 sacks in two years). Then of course when he made the team along with the other 9 rookies from that class I figured it was just Vincenzo trying to save face.

Even crazier then the fact that Rob Jackson is the only remaining Skin from that draft is the fact that as of right now only Jackson and Rhinehart are the only players currently on a roster. I guess Fred Davis will get back in the league after his suspension runs its course either naturally or through appeals, provided of course he doesn't employ the Charles Rogers offseason training program, but have to say good for Rob Jackson for making this long.
Here's some interesting facts from the 2008 draft - Fred Davis (#48) was drafted one spot ahead of DeSean Jackson (#49) in the 2nd round. The Redskins had 3 2nd rounders in 2008- the first 2nd rounder was used to pick up Devin Thomas with the #34 pick overall that year. Tracy Porter, CB now with the Redskins, was also in the 2008 draft class (2nd rounder #40). Also, part of the Eagles 2008 draft class was Mike McGlynn (4th round #109) - who also is now a Redskin. Mike McGlynn also was claimed by and played with the Bengals in 2011 (starting in 4 games), which was also Jay Gruden's first year as Offensive Coordinator. 2011 coincidently also was the same season that Devin Thomas and the Giants won the Superbowl (2012).

So how's that for 6 or so degrees of seperation.
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Here's some interesting facts from the 2008 draft - Fred Davis (#48) was drafted one spot ahead of DeSean Jackson (#49) in the 2nd round. The Redskins had 3 2nd rounders in 2008- the first 2nd rounder was used to pick up Devin Thomas with the #34 pick overall that year. Tracy Porter, CB now with the Redskins, was also in the 2008 draft class (2nd rounder #40). Also, part of the Eagles 2008 draft class was Mike McGlynn (4th round #109) - who also is now a Redskin. Mike McGlynn also was claimed by and played with the Bengals in 2011 (starting in 4 games), which was also Jay Gruden's first year as Offensive Coordinator. 2011 coincidently also was the same season that Devin Thomas and the Giants won the Superbowl (2012).

So how's that for 6 or so degrees of seperation.
That's really depressing. What's worse is, aside from a few picks, we've been awful at evaluating prospects since 1993, probably later. Just awful.
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I was surprised Rob Jackson didn't generate more interest in free agency.....it's good to have him re-signed...
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