DJD2

Members
  • Content count

    1,309
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About DJD2

  • Rank
    The Field Goal Team

Contact Methods

  • Redskins Fan Since
    1977
  • Favorite Redskin
    Riggo
  • Location
    Richmond, VA

Recent Profile Visitors

1,906 profile views
  1. Redskins 2018 Schedule (Leaks)

    Cowboys and Giants play week 17 So with every week 17 game being confirmed as a division game this would confirm Redskins/Eagles week 17.
  2. Redskins 2018 Schedule (Leaks)

    If true then ... Very early bye (WK 4) (2) MNF road games (Saints, Eagles) Thanksgiving at the Pukes again
  3. Redskins 2018 Schedule (Leaks)

    Didn't look at the rest of it, but 9/8 is a Saturday....
  4. The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    http://www.richmond.com/redskins-xtra/you-re-not-going-to-run-out-of-gigabytes-with/article_d88fe3fd-adfd-572b-9b28-8a5103d9249c.html Smith’s old coach, Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs, said he wanted to make sure Smith landed in a good spot when he was traded. “You’re talking about the No. 1-ranked quarterback coming out this year, and I don’t think he’s hit the ceiling yet,” Reid said. “He’ll be eager to get in there and get Jay’s stuff down. I think he and Jay will hit it off. I have a lot of respect for Jay as an offensive coach, and this is how much respect (general manger Brett Veach) and I had, was to get him in a place where he can win and be with a good offensive line.” Reid said Redskins fans will be impressed with Smith’s ability to process information. “His ability to change things at the line of scrimmage is phenomenal,” Reid said. “You’re not going to run out of gigabytes with the dude. His capacity to learn and still function at a high rate is second to none.”
  5. Per Schefter: Su'a Cravens Considering Retirement

    Was expecting something to happen on draft day but I aint mad for the FO cutting their losses now, even if it's just for a 5th round pick and change. I was all for bringing him to TC as part of the 90 day roster to see if something changed, but there is probably more going on here than what has been reported. What a waste of a 2nd round pick.
  6. Would really like to move Reed if possible. His value is never going to be higher.
  7. Kirk's got no excuses. Vikes are a solid team.
  8. Long overdue and well deserved. Kudos to everyone involved in making it happen. (Odds on the players getting an invoice afterwards ?. I kid I kid. Sorta.)
  9. Still holding out hope the FO tags him. I don't care about the consequences.
  10. I have a unique piece of memorabilia from this trade. Champ was one of my favorite players and I had purchased the 70th anniversary throwback jersey of his. After the trade, Portis happened to be doing a charity signing event in Richmond at Circuit City during the summer. I waited in line and got a photo with him and signed football. After the photo I asked him about the trade and if he would consider signing my Champ jersey to kind of memorialize the trade. He laughed and was a good sport about it and signed it.
  11. Phil Taylor`s status? (met)

    The odds of Taylor contributing in a meaningful way is about the same as my powerball ticket.
  12. So as everyone is aware Cousin's agent is saying they will file a grievance against the Redskins if he gets tagged again, claiming the tag would not be "in the spirit" of the rule. I say bring it on because there is no way in hell the NFL is going to open up that pandora's box. I give you Exhibit A http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/02/20/dolphins-may-be-trying-to-trade-jarvis-landry/ Posted by Mike Florio on February 20, 2018, 9:54 PM EST Getty Images There’s another possible message that the quick decision to tag receiver Jarvis Landry sends to other teams, other than, “Don’t tamper with him next week.” And the message may be this: “Make us an offer.” A league source tells PFT that the the quick tag is being interpreted as a desire by the Dolphins to trade Landry. No trade can happen unless and until Landry signs the tender. As a practical matter, a trade is unlikely unless and until he’d agree to an acceptable long-term contract from the new team. The challenge comes from calculating a long-term offer, given that Landry can sit tight and make more than $16 million in 2018, with the promise of a shot at the open market or a 20-percent raise in 2019. Rumors of a potential Landry trade emerged last year. With Landry officially tagged as all teams prepare to head to Indianapolis, every team is on notice that Landry possibly could be had — if a deal can be worked out both with the player and his current team.