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Old 02-17-2020, 02:16 PM   #211
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Re: Offseason Roster Moves Thread

Saw that Lions might be trading Darius Slay (per Schefter). Wouldn't mind trading for him and extending him. He's on his last year.

Get Slay and keep Dunbar or sign Bradberry.

A lot of money but CB is an important position.
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Old 02-17-2020, 02:23 PM   #212
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Saw that Lions might be trading Darius Slay (per Schefter). Wouldn't mind trading for him and extending him. He's on his last year.

Get Slay and keep Dunbar or sign Bradberry.

A lot of money but CB is an important position.
Detroit is probably asking for a 1st round pick or multiple picks which we do not have nor have the luxury to trade away.
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Detroit is probably asking for a 1st round pick or multiple picks which we do not have nor have the luxury to trade away.
Agreed. Trading our #1 for Slay will give Detroit CY or they will draft QB and CB and hand CY to the Giants.

If CY lives up to his billing he'll have as positive an effect on the secondary as a #1 CB if not more. If we resign Dunbar and pick up someone like Bradberry, why give up a 1st and maybe more for Slay? Not nearly enough of an upgrade IMHO.
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http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...2020-nfl-draft

Wondering if it would be worth going after Anderson and/or Watkins as #2 to McLaurin. Probably too expensive but Anderson is proven and Watkins is coming off a decent season and surely won't be as expensive as his current $21M pay level.
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Agreed. Trading our #1 for Slay will give Detroit CY or they will draft QB and CB and hand CY to the Giants.

If CY lives up to his billing he'll have as positive an effect on the secondary as a #1 CB if not more. If we resign Dunbar and pick up someone like Bradberry, why give up a 1st and maybe more for Slay? Not nearly enough of an upgrade IMHO.
And TJ Carrie is now an FA?...
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Wondering if it would be worth going after Anderson and/or Watkins as #2 to McLaurin. Probably too expensive but Anderson is proven and Watkins is coming off a decent season and surely won't be as expensive as his current $21M pay level.
Breshad Perriman had 36 rec, 645 yds, and 6 TDs last season in Tampa Bay, behind Evans and Godwin in targets.

I know he came on the team in the middle of the 2018 season and didn't fare so well. But those are some decent numbers and I wouldn't mind trying him out.


The WR is going to be super expense (Amari) or with players who are older and expensive (Sanders, AJ Green).
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Detroit is probably asking for a 1st round pick or multiple picks which we do not have nor have the luxury to trade away.
Obviously I wouldn't trade our 1st round pick. But if we could do like our 2nd and 4th next year or something I'd think about it. Could always trade down this year or next to recoup some picks.
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Breshad Perriman had 36 rec, 645 yds, and 6 TDs last season in Tampa Bay, behind Evans and Godwin in targets.



I know he came on the team in the middle of the 2018 season and didn't fare so well. But those are some decent numbers and I wouldn't mind trying him out.





The WR is going to be super expense (Amari) or with players who are older and expensive (Sanders, AJ Green).


I think the team is going to go for a top-end TE like Hooper or Henry. That will cost $8-9 mill, which is far cheaper than WR Green or Cooper. Theyíll maybe even hire Greg Olsen on top of that at TE. This fills the TE holes.

The Redskins have a very good, young and improving WR group. The area that needs help is at WR#2, which is now filled by Harmon. So it might be better to try to DRAFT a WR #2, since this years draft is deep with WR players. Then the draft WR competes with Harmon. Itís a cheaper plan than going for a very expensive WR FA. We have many FA needs and WR might be a place to fill with the draft.


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Breshad Perriman had 36 rec, 645 yds, and 6 TDs last season in Tampa Bay, behind Evans and Godwin in targets.

I know he came on the team in the middle of the 2018 season and didn't fare so well. But those are some decent numbers and I wouldn't mind trying him out.


The WR is going to be super expense (Amari) or with players who are older and expensive (Sanders, AJ Green).
I'm thinking same thing.. When I looked at the FA for WRs and I don't see anyone who would be great asset for Redskins. I'm not counting AJ Green and Emmanuel Sanders because I'm pretty sure they will either resign with their team or sign with a contender team. I would prefer for us to offer Perriman a prove it deal to show that he can be consistent.
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Re: Offseason Roster Moves Thread

Checked in with some folks about Jordan Reedís status - Even in concussion protocol Redskins can release him. Reed could be eligible for CBA's injury protection benefit of $1.2M if he isn't cleared to play in 2020. His contract also might contain some injury guarantees.

-jp finlay

This is true. They do not have to reach an injury settlement with him. If released, he's then entitled to the injury protection benefit. If Reed wants to retire, makes sense to wait until after collecting this benefit to announce

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Donít need to wait to cut Reed for injury settlement
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Yeah as really need to hire those now that Norman is no more though his time with the Redskins either did not at all let him show his potential or that he did not work well like he did in Carolina.
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Checked in with some folks about Jordan Reedís status - Even in concussion protocol Redskins can release him. Reed could be eligible for CBA's injury protection benefit of $1.2M if he isn't cleared to play in 2020. His contract also might contain some injury guarantees.



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This is true. They do not have to reach an injury settlement with him. If released, he's then entitled to the injury protection benefit. If Reed wants to retire, makes sense to wait until after collecting this benefit to announce



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Donít need to wait to cut Reed for injury settlement


I think the Redskins should hold some sort of mutual press conference with Reed to announce his release from the team, even if they donít have to pay an injury settlement. Heís sacrificed himself for the team and is well thought of by his teammates, coaches, the media and the fans. Sorry to see him go but itís time to move on. That $8.5 mill will pay for an outstanding replacement like Hooper or Henry.


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I think the Redskins should hold some sort of mutual press conference with Reed to announce his release from the team, even if they donít have to pay an injury settlement. Heís sacrificed himself for the team and is well thought of by his teammates, coaches, the media and the fans. Sorry to see him go but itís time to move on. That $8.5 mill will pay for an outstanding replacement like Hooper or Henry.


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I am assuming neither will hit the open market and if they do, I think a team will over pay because of high demand and low supply.

Versatile TEs seem like unicorns currently but when you do find these unicorns .. they tend to be grazing in the 2nd Round to UDFA pastures.

I would rather we go Olsen, Sprinkle, FA and then draft and UDFA a few guys. TE seems like an area we have scouted well.

Logan Paulsen was an UDFA and stuck around for 8 years.
JP Holtz UDFA w Browns, signed w us, now on Bears.
Sprinkle - 5r ... wish he had made a leap this year when opportunity knocked vs taking a step back, not giving up on him yet.
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Seahawks signed TE Greg Olsen, formerly of the Panthers, to a one-year, $7 million contract.
Per Profootballtalk's Mike Florio, the deal includes $5.5 million guaranteed. That's on the higher end of what we were expecting. It's no wonder Olsen was willing to stay out of the T.V. booth for at least one more year. One month shy of his 35th birthday, Olsen finally kicked his years-long struggle with foot issues last season to post a 52/597/2 line, averaging a solid 11.5 yards per catch..

7 mil plain stupid for Olsen. Solid pass
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Have to agree to much $$$ for me. It's a business and he's taking care of his.
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