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Old 03-17-2020, 10:24 AM   #11
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Re: Redskins Free Agent Signings 2020

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Kendall Fuller - plug him right back in slot. If they dont add anyone else I guess that means we hope Dunbar reports and Moreau is CB2. if our window opening is 2022, that gives us this and next offseason to find our legit CB1 and CB2.

He should offset the Flowers comp pick.


KC fans seems to think he was underpaid, appreciated his services.

Hooper - I would have paid 4/44. But ... if this year is a "get your feet wet" year and we really are realistically looking at next year 2022 as our competition window then we have some time to find our 3 down TE. But man ... Hooper seemingly checked all the boxes.

Wes Schweitzer - sounds like hes our version of Bergstrom. Plays all over the line, ideal as depth guy but is a great locker room guy. Honestly Id rather have this guy for his contract vs Flowers at 10M AAV.
Im really interested to see how they use Fuller...I don't think he is an outside Corner. Slot Corner who in some packages could be a safety. Fuller is a playmaker tho.

I like the Schweitzer signing because it was a sign of a solid plan if they lost Flowers.
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