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  1. TK

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    And Free Agency was introduced March 1, 1993. Just sayin'.
  2. March 19, 2018 REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVES LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed free agent wide receiver Brian Quick and have re-signed unrestricted free agent guard Zac Kerin. Terms of the deals were not disclosed. Quick (6-3, 218) is entering his eighth NFL season after originally entering the NFL as a second round pick (33rd overall) of the St. Louis Rams in the 2012 NFL Draft. He appeared in 67 career regular season games with 23 starts with the Rams from 2012-16. From 2017-18, he appeared in 17 games with four starts with the Washington Redskins. For his career, he has appeared in 84 career games in regular season play with 27 starts and has totaled 114 receptions, 1,593 receiving yards (14.0 avg.) and 10 touchdowns. Quick played collegiately at Appalachian State, starting 36 of the 54 games in which he appeared for the Mountaineers. He established school career records for receptions (202), receiving yards (3,418) and receiving touchdowns (31). Quick, 29, attended Ridge View H.S. in Columbia, S.C., where he earned all-state, all-region and all-area honors. He was born June 5, 1989. Kerin (6-4, 305) has appeared in 16 career regular season games since entering the NFL after signing with the Minnesota Vikings as a college free agent in 2014. Last season, he appeared in two games for Washington after signing with the team in Week 15. Kerin, 27, played collegiately at Toledo after attending Olentangy H.S. in Lewis Center, Ohio. He was born August 13, 1991.
  3. March 18, 2018 REDSKINS SIGN T ERECK FLOWERS LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed unrestricted free agent tackle Ereck Flowers. Full terms of the deal were not disclosed. Flowers (6-6, 334) was originally drafted by the New York Giants in the first round (No. 9 overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. He has appeared in 59 career regular season games with 55 starts. Last season, Flowers played in 13 games and started nine games in which he appeared. He opened the season with the Giants before signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6. In his first three seasons with the Giants from 2014-17, he started all 46 games in which he appeared, helping New York average 339.0 yards per game in those three years. Flowers played collegiately at the University of Miami from 2012-14, appearing in 38 career games with 28 starts. He was selected All-Atlantic Coast Conference by the league's coaches and the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association. Flowers, 24, attended Norland H.S. in Miami, Fla., where he helped lead the Vikings to an undefeated record (15-0) and a Class 5A football state championship. He was born on April 25, 1994.
  4. March 18, 2019 REDSKINS RE-SIGN RB ADRIAN PETERSON LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have re-signed running back Adrian Peterson to a multi-year contract. Full terms of the deal were not disclosed. Peterson (6-2, 220), a 13-year NFL veteran, entered the league after being selected in the first round (No. 7 overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings. He spent 10 seasons with the Vikings from 2007-16. In 2017, he played for the Arizona Cardinals after opening the regular season with the New Orleans Saints. Last season, Peterson started all 16 games in which he appeared. He rushed for 1,042 yards (4.2 avg.) on 251 attempts and seven touchdowns. He became the first Redskins running back to rush for 1,000 or more yards in a season since Alfred Morris rushed for 1,074 yards following the 2014 campaign. For his career, Peterson has appeared in 149 regular season games with 139 starts. He has totaled 13,318 rushing yards (4.7 avg.) on 2,825 attempts and 106 touchdowns. In addition, he has recorded 272 receptions for 2,223 yards and six touchdown receptions. He has rushed for at least 100 yards in 54 games. He has also eclipsed the 200-yard mark in six games in his career and is tied for an NFL record with Pro Football Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson. He currently ranks fourth on the NFL's all-time list in yards per game (89.4), eighth all-time in career rushing yards (13,318) and is tied for fifth in rushing touchdowns (106). Peterson has been selected to seven NFL Pro Bowls and was the 2012 NFL MVP. In 2012, he rushed for a single-season career high of 2,097 yards (6.03 avg.) on 348 carries and 12 touchdowns. His total yards rushing in 2012 currently ranks second all-time in NFL history. Peterson played collegiately at Oklahoma, where he played in 31 games and rushed for 4,041 yards (5.4 avg.) on 748 attempts and 41 touchdowns. He was a three-time All Big 12 first-team honoree and was an AP First Team All-American in 2004. Peterson, 33, attended Palestine (Texas) H.S., where he was the consensus National Player of the Year and was named to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl. He was born March 21, 1985.
  5. TK

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    CP has talked him out of wearing 21.
  6. TK

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    I get they were trying to be cute & funny with this But....
  7. For the Vikes to trade Diggs they would take a dead cap hit, that would be like Brown and the Steelers. The Vikes don't have the cap to absorb another 12 mill cap charge.
  8. March 15, 2019 REDSKINS SIGN CB DOMINIQUE RODGERS-CROMARTIE LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Rodgers-Cromartie (6-2, 203) is an 11-year NFL veteran who entered the league as the No. 16 overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2008 NFL Draft. He has appeared in 160 career regular season games with 120 starts. Rodgers-Cromartie has appeared in at least 15 games in nine of his 11 NFL seasons. He has recorded 30 career interceptions (six returned for touchdowns) for 535 yards in regular season play to complement 441 tackles (385 solo), 146 passes defensed, 2.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Among active players in the NFL, his 30 interceptions is tied for fourth and his 146 passes defensed ranks second overall. He has received two Pro Bowl selections (2009 and 2015) and was named second team All-Pro in 2016. In postseason play, he has started all 10 games in which he has appeared and has registered three interceptions for 13 yards, 32 tackles (31 solo) and 14 passes defensed. For the 2018 campaign, he registered six solo tackles, two passes defensed and one forced fumble in seven games played for the Oakland Raiders. In 2017, Rodgers-Cromartie appeared in 15 games, starting in five for the New York Giants. He registered 48 tackles (31 solo), one pass defensed, 0.5 sacks and four tackles for loss, which was a career high. At the end of the 2016 season, Rodgers-Cromartie finished with 49 tackles (41 solo) and tied a career high in interceptions for the season with six. In 2015, he set a career high with 58 tackles (52 solo), recorded three interceptions and was selected to his second Pro Bowl. Rodgers-Cromartie played collegiately at Tennessee State and was named an FCS All-American selection in 2007 as a senior. Rodgers-Cromartie, 32, attended Lakewood Ranch H.S. in Bradenton, Fla. He was born April 7, 1986.
  9. BROWNS’ KAREEM HUNT SUSPENDED FOR THE FIRST EIGHT REGULAR SEASON GAMES FOR VIOLATIONS OF NFL PERSONAL CONDUCT POLICY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 15, 2019 KAREEM HUNT of the Cleveland Browns was notified today that he has been suspended without pay for the Browns' first eight regular season games for violations of the NFL Personal Conduct Policy in connection with physical altercations at his residence in Cleveland last February and at a resort in Ohio last June. Hunt was placed on the Commissioner Exempt list on November 30 and was released by his former club, the Kansas City Chiefs, that same day. The findings followed a detailed investigation by the NFL, which included reviewing available law enforcement records, video and electronic communications, interviews with numerous witnesses, and multiple interviews with Hunt. Hunt has advised the league office that he accepts responsibility for his conduct and the discipline that has been imposed. He has committed to take advantage of available resources to help him grow personally and as a member of the Cleveland community, and to live up to his obligations as an NFL player. The eight-game suspension will take effect as of the final roster reduction on August 31. Hunt will be eligible to play in the Browns' ninth regular season game.
  10. TK

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    It is up to the family.
  11. March 14, 2019 REDSKINS SIGN S LANDON COLLINS LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed safety Landon Collins. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Collins (6-0, 222) is a four-year NFL veteran who entered the league as a second round selection, No. 33 overall pick by the New York Giants in the 2015 NFL Draft. Collins has started all 59 regular season games in which he has appeared and one postseason game for the Giants since the 2015 season. He has recorded eight career interceptions during the regular season for 93 yards to complement 428 tackles (321 solo), 32 passes defensed, 4.0 sacks, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. In addition to three consecutive Pro Bowl selections (2016, 2017 and 2018), Collins has appeared in one playoff game in which he started and registered nine tackles (6 solo), one sack, and two passes defensed. Last season, he recorded four passes defensed, 96 tackles (67 solo) and one forced fumble. In 2017, Collins started in at least 15 games for the third consecutive season, finishing first on the team with 99 tackles and second with two interceptions. He was named to his first career Pro Bowl in 2016 and earned All-Pro honors from the Associated Press after leading the team with a career-high five interceptions. At the end of the 2016 season, Collins set a career high with a team-leading 125 tackles (100 solo) and recorded a career-best four sacks, the most by a Giants safety in a season. For his rookie season in 2015, he played and started in all 16 contests of the season. Since entering the league in 2015, Collins’ 428 tackles are the most among safeties in the NFL in that time span. Collins played collegiately at Alabama and was a consensus All-America selection in 2014 as a junior. Collins, 25, attended Dutchtown H.S. in Geismar, La. where he earned USA Today High School All-America honors in 2011. He was born January 10, 1994. March 14, 2019 Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Doug Williams Introducing S Landon Collins "Wow, great looking room. I want to thank everybody who showed up today. I want to say thanks to Mr. [Dan] Snyder, Bruce [Allen], [Eric] Schaffer… who spent a lot of hours and minutes and time for allowing us to be able to do what we've done the last couple of days and that is to bring in a player like Landon Collins to the fold to make us a better football team. The thing about football, so many young guys want to know what football does for them. I had an opportunity yesterday to spend a lot of time with Landon, even though he’s from Louisiana; I never spent that much time with him. I did that yesterday and found out… he’s not worried about what football does for him as much as what he wants to do for football. I think that’s important and that's going to be a big reason for us. You talk about a guy with leadership. We watched him for the last four years do what he does on the football field. We talked to a lot of people about him - one thing we found out and I know I did was that everything that people say about him was true. He has charisma, he has leadership, but most of all it’s all about passion when it comes to football. So, with no further ado… Landon Collins." S Landon Collins Opening statement: "How’s everybody doing? I want to thank Mr. Snyder, first of all. It’s an opportunity - very emotional though - as this is a place I always dreamed of being at because of my favorite player [Sean Taylor]. It’s an honor to be here, all smiles, no nervousness, just all excitement. And just ready to put on that Redskins uniform and just show out as much as I can and play with all the heart and passion I have for this game, and show that ten times forward. So, [I'll] open it up for questions whenever you all are ready." On when he made his decision: "Literally, I think it either happened that day, or the next day. It was pretty fast for me to decide and where I wanted to be at." On being a part of the Redskins: "After being with the [New York] Giants and the organization up there, I didn’t think I was going to leave, honestly, just after the years that I had up there. Once I got that opportunity to leave I was like 'OK, let’s see what happens, what’s out there.' Honestly, my dream was to come here. I had all my guys here… I even talked to Dr. [James] Andrews a couple times about putting it in Mr. Snyder’s ear about getting here and doing so that it was an opportunity that was offered and I jumped on it. I had to be here." On Sean Taylor: "Sean has been impactful in my life since I was in middle school. It's been years and years and years watching tape after tape after tape after game. I only ended up watching three or four games of his before he passed away. And knowing by doing that, it was an honor in knowing that he played with so much passion and heart and dedication and he wanted to make his teammates better not just as a football player but as a better man, as a better father, as a better husband. He was someone I looked up to and wanted to be like." On speaking with current Redskins who are Alabama alumni: "Yeah, the first person that hit me up was (linebacker) Ryan Anderson, literally the first person then right after that was (defensive lineman) Jonathan Allen. And knowing those two guys played three of my four years with them and knowing that we know each other like the back of our hand - we know how each other plays - how we get after it, how we love this game, where we came from - we’re ‘Bama made. So, we know what it takes to win, and all we want to do is win. Yes, it played a great deal in trying to get here. They made it very easy. Because playing with guys that you know they are going to get after it as much as I get after it, it made it much easier." On fitting into the Redskins defense: "Honestly, I see myself working perfect with the unit. Once they picked up Ha Ha [Clinton-Dix] from the trade -- because I follow Ha Ha, me and Ha Ha follow each other all the time -- I started watching the defense even more, even though we played them twice a year, I watched their defense even more with Ha Ha because I was like ‘they [Redskins] making a ‘Bama defense on some crazy stuff’. I was like ‘if me and Ha Ha get back there, it might be dangerous'. So, I'm looking at the defense and I can see that they play three, halves, quarters, all that and I was like 'that’s back to what we do so concept wise it’s what we do'." On interests outside of football: "First of all it's my family. Second, my passion for what I want to do, and that I’m going to do is pushing forward, trying to get people homes. I know [University of Alabama Football Head Coach Nick Saban] has this foundation where he builds homes from disasters like tornadoes. My thing is the same thing from [Hurricane] Katrina, that’s something that I dream of doing and build my foundation on and making that happen. That’s something I harp on." On the New York Giants' decision not to use the franchise tag: "That organization is awesome honestly. I love them. I respect them. They gave me my first opportunity to play in the NFL. They took a chance on me and hopefully they love the four years that I gave them and I respect them. But when we were going through the turmoil that was going on up there and all the craziness, all the trades, all the cuts – I was like, ‘I don’t think I am here either.’ Once I saw a couple [players] that I was brought in with, it was like, ‘I don’t think I’m going to finish here either.’ No talks were going on. Nothing was being said. I was just out there going day by day, practice by practice, handling my business. But, at the same time I don’t know what the future holds with the New York Giants but I’m glad it happened because now I’m in that Burgundy and Gold." On his mother’s reaction to his decision to sign with the Redskins: "I called my mom and told her the news. All you could hear was screaming and shouting. She was all for it. She didn’t like being in New York. She said it is too cold, she doesn’t like the cold. She likes that it gets warmer out in D.C. so she is going to be here more than she was up in New York. But she was definitely excited, my dad was excited, my family was excited. We were all smiles when we heard the news and then them knowing my background, knowing who was here and playing for who I played for it was cool." On what was attractive about the Redskins defense: "The guys that are here, honestly was the biggest thing. Not even scheme-wise. I feel like I could fit into any scheme when I come onto a team. I had to learn three new defenses with the Giants. It is easy to learn, but at the same time it’s a great front, we have good linebackers and a nice secondary. I think it is going to go hand-in-hand. And like I always tell everyone, it all starts with the defensive line and we just all feed off one another." On if he had other offers and how long it took to ultimately sign with the Redskins: "Alright this is how it kind of went down. My agent called me; we knew other teams wanted me. They kind of threw their offers out there and he told me the offers. He asked me how I feel about the Redskins, that’s basically what he said and I said, ‘You know how I feel about the Redskins, I want to be there? What do you mean?’ He said, ‘Alright bet.’ And hung up the phone. That’s it. And hung up the phone. Called back and he told me about the deal and about the money and how bad they want me and making my dreams come true. I mean same thing that Ryan (Anderson) and John (Allen) were telling me they would do anything for me and I was just telling them we will see what happens when it happens and they proved me wrong. That is how it kind of went down and then I was like, ‘Let’s go'." On where he was when he heard the news: "I was literally driving to go work out. I was in Miami about to go work out with Swayze at FIU. I was driving down there, I’m on the phone and he called me and when he called me and told me the news, I literally broke down. I broke down. I just broke down. I didn’t pull the car over, I fought the urge because I still had to go get my shoes to go work out. From that point on I was just in shock and awe and humbly gracious for this opportunity." On if he has taken a moment to collect his thoughts since signing: "Oh, yeah, you can ask my mom, you can ask my girl. I was in the hotel just sitting on the balcony. I sat on the balcony for about three hours just trying to take it all in and still have yet to take it all in yet." On the chance to play with RB Adrian Peterson and CB Josh Norman: "Those two guys, I love them. Josh Norman I know I met a couple times throughout events being in Atlanta or being at the Super Bowl before that. We had an event together down in Dallas so I know him pretty well. He is a humble guy, I like him. His attitude is to always go and be the best he can be. [It's the] same thing with Adrian Peterson, I mean that’s a Hall of Famer right there. I remember the first time I tackled Adrian Peterson and he kind of gave me a head tap of acknowledgement. Like, ‘Alright you are the real deal.’ I was like, ‘Cool.’ (Laughs) I remember the first time I saw him. It was open field. We were playing Minnesota. It was me and him open field about 20 yards apart from one another. I swear I thought we were going to put his shoulder down on me, and I was ready for it. Literally I was ready for it, but it didn’t happen he kind of veered off and I pushed him out of bounds (Laughs)." On what he thinks his strength: "My biggest strength is going to be leadership. It’s definitely leadership. I lead by example and that’s about it. We are going to have fun I can tell you that much." On Dan Snyder’s Sean Taylor jersey gift: "Possibility of wearing Sean [Taylor’s] ‘21’, that’s big shoes to fill but oh man – dinner last night, we were sitting there at dinner, and Mr. Snyder had the gift right there, the box right there in the middle of the table and I was like ‘What’s in the box?,’ And he said ‘It’s a gift for you,’ I said, ‘Cool, can I open it?’ He said, ‘No you have to wait for your mom and your girlfriend to get here.’ I said ‘Alright cool,’ my son came up to me and I said ‘Hey, um son’, I get my son, I put in my lap I said ‘Do you want to open a gift?’ He said ‘Yeah’, and my mom said ‘Not yet, not yet, not yet,’ so right before we get our salads right, he [Snyder] stands up and tells me the story behind what’s inside the box. We were going through it, I can’t tell you the whole story but we were just going through it giving out all his emotion and all his passion behind it, the story between him and Sean, and telling me how he loved him as a son. You know, and saw him like everything you know? And when he told me that it was a game worn jersey signed by him in the box, instantly broke down, instantly broke down, straight into tears. He handed the box over, he tried handing me the box, I couldn’t grab the box, I couldn’t move, shaking, son on my lap, my son actually grabbed the box and started opening the box. You know kids are going to open presents no matter what so he started opening the box, I’m still crying, the emotion behind it and my son pulls the jersey out of the box. I still can't touch the jersey, just staring at it the whole time. The jersey is right there on the table, everybody is kind of at the table quiet just sitting there and I look at Ryan Anderson who’s at the table, I start shaking my head at him and he says, ‘Man, I should have told you what’s in the box so you don’t have to cry.’ So I started to calm down, it took me about a good 30-45 minutes to calm down, I couldn’t even eat I had the salad right there I couldn’t even eat the salad. It took me a minute but it’s an honor and I really appreciate it Mr. Snyder, I really do. So yeah, that’s the story behind it."
  12. One last time I'm being nice here & not nailing you 4 for Rule 11 or even Rule 18 violations. You're welcome. But that's it. Anymore 11 violations are taken at the permanent risk of your membership here.