Part of the reasoning is to keep him away from the Eagles or Jets, which is a silly premise. You either think he can help your team, or you don’t. You don’t go signing players because a rival team might make a run at him.
“The scouts I’m talking to are saying he was losing his speed even before he got into the deal with the gun.”
I haven’t completely made up my mind on whether or not Jacobs should stay on the team or not. The money saved on Jacobs could be spent elsewhere in free agency.
Some rookies attending now, but still kinda weak, in comparison to the Skins and Cowboys.
(Cowboys, Redskins, and Eagles news after the jump)…
Nice statistical analysis.
Q isn’t playing special teams anymore, but otherwise Nick mostly gets it right. I think Q would actually be a great fit in Dallas, although I’d hate to see it.
Interview with Murray’s RB coach at OU.
Somehow, some way, even though a “party deck” sounds fun, I can’t help but jump to the conclusion that this will be a project aimed at putting more money in Dan Snyder’s pockets.
Video, and a must watch.
A look at all the Redskins free agent signings since 2000. Gary is comically under-critical in the analysis.
I’m going to Vegas on Friday. I think I’m going to try to have a sportsbook give me custom odds on some sort of John Beck bet.
Apparently, his prison cell was filthy.
LeSean McCoy is by far and away the best RB in that draft class so far.
Brian dismisses my labor intensive film work 🙁
I love when athletes assign a percentage to their healing injuries. Does Graham have a digital contraption attached to his knee that measures his progress?