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The 2019 Free Agency Tracker -Added: Landon Collins, Rodgers-Cromartie, Donald Penn, Flowers, Smallwood. Lost:Preston Smith, Nsekhe, Crowder, HaHa

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The whole point of trusting the draft scouting is that we can let players walk towards obscene contracts and at some point we have to give the younger guys a crack at success. Ryan Andersen needs an opportunity as do Geron, Robert Davis and Quinn. If they don't work out, fine. I'd feel better if they were busts here rather than successes on other franchises because we never gave em opportunity.

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5 minutes ago, Unbias said:

 

I see and thank you for providing. This is good info I did not know. 


This does make the math a bit harder to predict. It's not only what the Redskins do, but also what all the other teams do in terms of fitting into the top 32. 

 

Where is gets real messy if how Shamar Stephen made less than Niles Paul but was the final 7th pick awarded.  If you look even further, it talks about playing times and other guesses at the formula.  That part is a bit unknown.  If you get read bored, it's a somewhat interesting real.  Clearly, I've been bored before...haha.

 

edit: the skins did get 4 picks, so they still missed something.  However, for us outsiders, I think over the cap does a pretty good job/estimation.

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D.J. Fluker might be an option at OG.  He's been an injury concern all of his career but he's good when he's on the field.

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1 hour ago, Skinsinparadise said:

Boy Reading twitter you'd think Ty Nsekhe is an elite LT.  I guess metric wise he measures up.   I do think we will miss his versatility considering he played LT, OG and RT.  RT oddly was his weak point it seemed in that mix.    And our depth at O line was think as is.  Don't mind losing him but they should upgrade their depth.  

 

I hate losing him. He made an injury riddled OL acceptable at times. But he is going to get the opportunity to start in Buffalo. Happy for him. But hate it.

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23 minutes ago, jsharrin55 said:

 

Until Foster is off the Commissioners Exempt list, it's probably safe to assume he'll get a few games. 

 

Based of a few cases in the past, I'd be a bit surprised if it's not 4-6 games.  (Purely speculation)

 

We are also making an assumption that he'll be able to stay out of trouble until that suspension is lifted. His history suggests that might be tough. 

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5 minutes ago, clskinsfan said:

 

I hate losing him. He made an injury riddled OL acceptable at times. But he is going to get the opportunity to start in Buffalo. Happy for him. But hate it.

I think if we didn't have so many injury problems at both tackle positions it wouldn't be nearly as big a loss. I personally would have been intrigued at moving Williams to LG and Ty to LT simply because Trent is starting to lose a lot of his mobility.

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8 minutes ago, clskinsfan said:

 

I hate losing him. He made an injury riddled OL acceptable at times. But he is going to get the opportunity to start in Buffalo. Happy for him. But hate it.

 

Going through the FA list at guard just now, remaining options look pretty weak.  They've gone two years in a row with a hole at LG with questionable interior depth.   My guess is this time they draft a LG high in the draft but thought the same last year.  Will see.  

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6 minutes ago, PartyPosse said:

I think if we didn't have so many injury problems at both tackle positions it wouldn't be nearly as big a loss. I personally would have been intrigued at moving Williams to LG and Ty to LT simply because Trent is starting to lose a lot of his mobility.

 

I recall some discussion about this last year but essentially it was considered a non starter because Trent is not willing to move inside.

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I was just visiting a Cowboys board and i must say they have some of the dumbest fans that i have ever heard talk about football..they are such a jealous fan base and bash every signing that every other team makes,by commenting how much a team over paid.. Yet Jerry the idiot is getting ready to dish out huge contracts to Dak and Lawrence and they will applaud it...lol

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I guess Spain wouldn't be bad

 

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What about Clay Matthews as a stop gap situational pass rusher/3rd down specialist? Too much like Kerrigan?

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2 minutes ago, WelshSkinsFan said:

 

I recall some discussion about this last year but essentially it was considered a non starter because Trent is not willing to move inside.

I love the dude but he better start making smarter decisions if he wants to remain a redskin. Next year he'll be earning close to 15 mil with a 2 mil DCH and at an old 32 it may not make sense to keep him around.

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Just now, bh32 said:

I was just visiting a Cowboys board and i must say they have some of the dumbest fans that i have ever heard talk about football..they are such a jealous fan base and bash every signing that every other team makes,by commenting how much a team over paid.. Yet Jerry the idiot is getting ready to dish out huge contracts to Dak and Lawrence and they will applaud it...lol

 

They are idiots for the most part. They have some sort of superiority complex and honestly think the cowgirls are the best team on earth.

All fanbases have their idiot fans, but they seem to take it to a new level. For a fans of a team that has won **** all since the 90s, they sure act like their team is the patriots.

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3 minutes ago, clskinsfan said:

What about Clay Matthews as a stop gap situational pass rusher/3rd down specialist? Too much like Kerrigan?

Rather draft young talent at edge/OLB than bring in old rehashes. If we go to FA route I'd rather go young and take a chance on someone like Eli Harold.

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1 minute ago, crabbypatty said:

 

They are idiots for the most part. They have some sort of superiority complex and honestly think the cowgirls are the best team on earth.

All fanbases have their idiot fans, but they seem to take it to a new level. For a fans of a team that has won **** all since the 90s, they sure act like their team is the patriots.

Yeah they do..they think their team was so much better then the rest of the teams in the NFC east that it's comical..nevermind that if the Redskins didn't become injury riddled they would of never won the division.

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If they were in on Mosley all the way up to $14-15M, they have to be looking at Earl Thomas. It's just how I think they'd think--double down and make it more likely that both he and Collins look good, which helps cover weaknesses at CB2 and slot corner and maybe even coverage ILB. Also makes Norman's job easier and lets him get aggressive like he needs to be, so call it a triple-whammy considering what he's being paid. 

 

We've failed overpaying/over-investing in an entire secondary of studs before but they have to be thinking "but this time we have a young stud DL!" 

 

And if Reuben Foster turns into what he could be, honestly you're not looking at a horrible re-imagining of the Seahawks defense Earl Thomas went to SB's with. Then you're an athletic mid-round QB away from surprising some folks. 

 

I could see them thinking that way.

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6 minutes ago, Skinsinparadise said:

interesting that they liked him

 

 

 

 

WOW! Scherff's extension just got incredibly expensive. 

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5 minutes ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

If they were in on Mosley all the way up to $14-15M, they have to be looking at Earl Thomas. It's just how I think they'd think--double down and make it more likely that both he and Collins look good, which helps cover weaknesses at CB2 and slot corner and maybe even coverage ILB. 

 

We've failed overpaying/over-investing in an entire secondary of studs before they have to be thinking "but this time we have a young stud DL!" 

 

I can't get behind Earl Thomas. 

 

He's always been a bit undersized (5'10, 200 lbs), but his strength is flying around and showing incredible range for a FS. He's had leg injuries the past 3 years and will be turning 30. Players in that mold either keep breaking down or become a step slow and just can't make the plays they used too. He's going to be in the Collins/Honey Badger type contract range and there's too much guaranteed money needed to bring him in. 

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