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    June 18, 1981
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  1. Yeah I think it was more chemistry related. I remember reading an article on how the dbs were close knit, but then scandrick would be off by himself. If you are talented enough, that's fine, but if you are a JAG, which he is at this point of his career, he's not worth it, might as well give a young guy a shot.
  2. KillBill26

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    Disagree with you here. I feel the bottom line is you retire a number out of respect. Or some may say it's due to his impact on the organization. Usually it's done due to a career of accomplishments. In this case, a fan favorite being murdered that touched a lot of people tied to the organization, it had a massive effect. You retire the number. Not necessarily due to on field accomplishments, but out of respect to the man and the impact on the organization.
  3. There also hasn't been a hint that he will be, all we know is the Redskins want to extend him. But we also know scherff has all the leverage in the world right now, and will only have a more favorable market next off-season. While I expect a deal to eventually get done, it's not exactly a slam dunk, bc we have all seen how someone (a QB who shall not be named) with all the leverage played hardball to an unprecedented contract.
  4. KillBill26

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    The reason I don't like this is bc if Sean's parents say no they may come across as selfish. Or they may feel they have to say yes or Sean's legacy looks bad. The family shouldn't be put in this position. Snyder needs to step up and retire the number. End the debate. Most numbers are retired bc of the same old song: guy plays awhile for the team and has a lot of success. This is a different song. Terrible tragedy, a man / father died while protecting his family. While he was a revered Redskin. This is about more than stats and victories like all the other retired numbers are. Show the man and his family respect that they deserve. Retire the number.
  5. KillBill26

    Landon Collins and the #21 debate...

    I think 21 should be off limits forever. Such a terrible tragedy in Redskins history. Pick any other number, there are plenty of options.
  6. Hopefully it was for a high salary and he stays healthy. I would have liked to see him return to see how he'd do with a full off-season, but I'm not losing any sleep over him either. If all he could get is a one year deal, I'm guessing our front office isn't losing any sleep either.
  7. Please no to Tate, bc you are right about his price range, and that is way too much for a declining wr. It's one thing to use cap space inefficiently, but when you consider it would cancel out a comp pick coming our way, it would be a terrible idea. The only wr I would have any interest in is if we could get a one at or near vet min, to save cap space and not lose a comp pick. I don't know if Crabtree or Cobb might accept this as training camp nears and they want to continue playing. I'd assume they'd have better options, but who knows. It's not that they are terribly exciting options anyways. Considering free agency doesn't have many good options, and a draft pick usually take a few years to acclimate, wr looks pretty dire right now. I know there are rumors for a big trade, but odds of that happening are slim to none.
  8. I know a lot of people have mentioned tre Boston as a possibility at safety. I didn't know much about him so I read up on him a bit. I know the Panthers relinquished his rights before his four years were up, which isn't a good sign that they passed on a cheap alternative, and he has played on three teams in five years. But he is young and seems to be improving as time has gone on. I know this an old article, but his social activism may be the reason for the lack of interest league-wide.
  9. That's a great deal for SF. I'm glad to see numbers coming back down to earth.
  10. I wonder if scherffs camp is thinking "I know you need this extension more than we do, so you are going to have to significantly increase Martin's numbers to get me to sign, and I will even be very generous in the structure to give you low cap hits in first year for two". Scherff has all the leverage in the world.
  11. Agree. I like Harris. He is a big wr, he is young, he is cheap, he knows the system. And the Redskins have nothing else at wr right now. I guess this is a sign they will be drafting at least 2 with relatively high draft picks, or will address it in FA as well. But a very puzzling move for a team that has to be methodical when it comes to cap space for 2019.
  12. Agreed 100%. Not only was his performance impressive, his attitude, work ethic and leadership are invaluable to a team trying to improve it's culture.
  13. We gave up a 4th to get him, but that's a sunk cost. Irrelevant to moving forward. The trade off is signing another safety would cancel out a comp pick we receive from the nsekhe and crowder signings. The other side of the coin is if we let haha walk, I believe we could receive a comp pick for another team signing him ( I'm not sure if having haha for only half a season entitles us to a comp pick for losing him, I think I read we could still get one but not positive).
  14. And the fact that gettleman lets Collins walk bc he doesn't value the safety position, but then demands a safety as the centerpiece (along with a first) for an elite player such as obj. Figured they would try to pry ogbah.
  15. And a dline of Garrett, Vernon, and Richardson. They are no longer the laughing stock that's for sure. Hoping the skins don't fill that void.