Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Redskins' WRs rank 7th

True, this doesn't take into account that Mark Brunell is tossing them the ball but it is a nice offseason pick me up.

7. Washington Redskins
Santana Moss teamed with the Washington tight ends to put up huge numbers for the Redskins last year. He was a veritable one man wrecking crew last season as the next leading receiver for the Redskins was David Patten with 22 receptions. The Redskins addressed this issue in the off-season by opening the wallet to bring aboard Brandon Lloyd and Super Bowl hero Antwaan Randle El. This trio may be smallish, but they'll win out on speed and athleticism to let Mark Brunell throw quick routes and allow the receivers to make plays.

The aforementioned Patten is expected to be released before training camp, which will leave Taylor Jacobs and James Thrash to battle for reps behind the talented trio up front.

Monday, May 01, 2006


Did we take part in the draft????

Friday, March 17, 2006

Good Luck P-Ram! - NFL - Jets acquire Ramsey from Redskins for 6th-round pick
Finally completing a trade that had been rumored for weeks, the New York Jets on Friday afternoon acquired quarterback Patrick Ramsey from the Washington Redskins for a sixth-round choice in the 2006 draft, has learned.

I still feel Ramsey wasn't getting shafted in Washington. I still feel he never received a proper chance. I wish him the best and lots of success in the rest of his career.

Monday, March 06, 2006

Good Riddance

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Brunell to restructure contract pending CBA negotiations - NFL - Brunell to restructure contract pending CBA negotiations
Like all NFL teams, the Redskins are in flux with their free agency plans because of the last-minute collective bargaining talks. If no agreement is reached, Washington will have to make some $20 million in cuts Thursday to get below the 2006 salary cap.

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