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***OFFICIAL*** 2016 and beyond Washington Redskins Thread

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Carrier is signed thru 2017. Cap hits of 900k and 1.075 mil the next two years.

Low price, but is he even worth it?

He played pretty well when Reed was hurt.

True, but will he be needed if Paul and Paulsen are back?

Paul is more of a receiving threat and Paulsen more of a blocker. Carrier seemed more well rounded, I'd think he would displace Paulsen but since they are all under contract it'll probably be a good competition for minicamp.

Heading into the season, Niles Paul was the starter on the depth chart. I assume Paul is a more all around TE and would do quite a bit of blocking. And Reed would come in more often on passing downs.

So assuming everyone recovers from their injuries, my guess would be Reed and Paul at the top of the depth chart with Paulson and Carrier battling for the 3rd TE spot. Note that Paulsen is 3 1/2 years older, which will work against him.

I also would not rule out the Redskins drafting another TE. Good TEs can be found in the 3rd round of the draft and can be good value picks for GMs that can find them.

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Carrier is signed thru 2017. Cap hits of 900k and 1.075 mil the next two years.

Low price, but is he even worth it?

He played pretty well when Reed was hurt.

True, but will he be needed if Paul and Paulsen are back?

Paul is more of a receiving threat and Paulsen more of a blocker. Carrier seemed more well rounded, I'd think he would displace Paulsen but since they are all under contract it'll probably be a good competition for minicamp.

Heading into the season, Niles Paul was the starter on the depth chart. I assume Paul is a more all around TE and would do quite a bit of blocking. And Reed would come in more often on passing downs.

So assuming everyone recovers from their injuries, my guess would be Reed and Paul at the top of the depth chart with Paulson and Carrier battling for the 3rd TE spot. Note that Paulsen is 3 1/2 years older, which will work against him.

I also would not rule out the Redskins drafting another TE. Good TEs can be found in the 3rd round of the draft and can be good value picks for GMs that can find them.

I think Paulsen will be the odd man out. I'd also like them to sign Morris again too with all of the injuries to RBs this year you sure can't have enough of those.

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Looks like Paulsen is a UFA.

Full list:

UFA

Terrance Knighton
Colt McCoy
Logan Paulsen
Darrel Young
Kedric Golston
Alex Smith
Pierre Thomas
Will Blackmon
Cary Williams
Mason Foster
Brian De la Puente
Junior Galette
Josh LeRibeus
Frank Kearse
Kirk Cousins
Keenan Robinson
Alfred Morris
RFA
Duke Ihenacho
Tom Compton
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson
Will Compton
Tress Way

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Since Reed is neither a pure TE nor a pure WR, I'd consider having 4 TEs and one less WR and let Reed play both roles. Seemed to struggle to have enough TEs dress some weeks while these extra WRs sat around doing nothing.

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Another good one is the spotrac site.

What I love from your link is looking at the Cap Savings column. There are only 5 players that would hurt the cap if they were cut; and they are players that wouldn't be cut anyways.

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Another good one is the spotrac site.

What I love from your link is looking at the Cap Savings column. There are only 5 players that would hurt the cap if they were cut; and they are players that wouldn't be cut anyways.

One good thing about Bruce Allen is he has been pretty good at negotiating contracts. Well that and Pants and Picnics.
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UFA

Terrance Knighton - Sure, I guess
Colt McCoy - Bring him back
Logan Paulsen - Maybe
Darrel Young - Doesn't play, so no
Kedric Golston - Whatever
Alex Smith - No
Pierre Thomas - Maybe
Will Blackmon - Sure
Cary Williams - No
Mason Foster - Yes
Brian De la Puente - Probably not
Junior Galette - Yes, assuming healthy
Josh LeRibeus - Whatever
Frank Kearse - Whatever
Kirk Cousins - Just don't break the bank
Keenan Robinson - Tough one
Alfred Morris - Move on
RFA
Duke Ihenacho - Probably keep
Tom Compton - Who else is going to report eligible?
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson - Yes
Will Compton - Definitely
Tress Way - Sure
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UFA

Terrance Knighton - Sure, I guess

Colt McCoy - Bring him back

Logan Paulsen - Maybe

Darrel Young - Doesn't play, so no

Kedric Golston - Whatever

Alex Smith - No

Pierre Thomas - Maybe

Will Blackmon - Sure

Cary Williams - No

Mason Foster - Yes

Brian De la Puente - Probably not

Junior Galette - Yes, assuming healthy

Josh LeRibeus - Whatever

Frank Kearse - Whatever

Kirk Cousins - Just don't break the bank

Keenan Robinson - Tough one

Alfred Morris - Move on

RFA

Duke Ihenacho - Probably keep

Tom Compton - Who else is going to report eligible?

ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)

Chris Thompson - Yes

Will Compton - Definitely

Tress Way - Sure

Although wasn't Ihenatcho supposedly a really good signing? He was supposed to anchor the secondary I thought but I could be remembering that wrong.

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UFA

Terrance Knighton - No problem with bringing him back. Not sure I'd make it a super long deal, maybe 2-3 years.
Colt McCoy - Sure why not
Logan Paulsen - Need TE depth and he's a good blocker
Darrel Young - Personally, would love to have him back. But he isn't utilized properly in the new system
Kedric Golston - Meh. Been here awhile, but think he's replaceable
Alex Smith - Maybe only if we can't re-sign Paulsen
Pierre Thomas - Like what he did down the stretch, but that's what Thompson is for
Will Blackmon - Nice find off the streets and would bring him back
Cary Williams - Camp body at best?
Mason Foster - Definitely
Brian De la Puente - Meh
Junior Galette - What love to see he and Kerrigan paired together
Josh LeRibeus - Nope
Frank Kearse - Meh
Kirk Cousins - He'll be back, just question of for how long and how much. Would prefer a team friendly deal that's easy to escape in case old Kirk shows back up
Keenan Robinson - Like him in 2014, bust this season. Maybe some cheap 1yr prove it deal
Alfred Morris - Would love for him to be back. Just not sure he fits with the new run style
RFA
Duke Ihenacho - Hasn't stayed healthy since he's been here, but has some potential
Tom Compton - Meh
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson - His speed is very useful
Will Compton - Sure why not
Tress Way - Best punter we've had in awhile, bring him back

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It was nice to see you guys get turned around last year. Must be exciting to start this off-season already heading in the right direction. I hope Snyder can stay out of the picture for both the team and the fans sake. Good luck.

~Seahawks fan stuck in Redskins country

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UFA

Terrance Knighton - No problem with bringing him back. Not sure I'd make it a super long deal, maybe 2-3 years.
Colt McCoy - Sure why not
Logan Paulsen - Need TE depth and he's a good blocker
Darrel Young - Personally, would love to have him back. But he isn't utilized properly in the new system
Kedric Golston - Meh. Been here awhile, but think he's replaceable
Alex Smith - Maybe only if we can't re-sign Paulsen
Pierre Thomas - Like what he did down the stretch, but that's what Thompson is for
Will Blackmon - Nice find off the streets and would bring him back
Cary Williams - Camp body at best?
Mason Foster - Definitely
Brian De la Puente - Meh
Junior Galette - What love to see he and Kerrigan paired together
Josh LeRibeus - Nope
Frank Kearse - Meh
Kirk Cousins - He'll be back, just question of for how long and how much. Would prefer a team friendly deal that's easy to escape in case old Kirk shows back up
Keenan Robinson - Like him in 2014, bust this season. Maybe some cheap 1yr prove it deal
Alfred Morris - Would love for him to be back. Just not sure he fits with the new run style
RFA
Duke Ihenacho - Hasn't stayed healthy since he's been here, but has some potential
Tom Compton - Meh
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson - His speed is very useful
Will Compton - Sure why not
Tress Way - Best punter we've had in awhile, bring him back

Liked Junior Galette's exit interview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHwCZ8XYffA

I too am really looking forward to seeing what he can do next year as I think this is one area where we can truly ratchet up the defense...

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Will Compton - Sure why not

Interesting.

He got a lot of love from coaches and media as the season progressed. Seems like a definite keeper to me.

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Although wasn't Ihenatcho supposedly a really good signing? He was supposed to anchor the secondary I thought but I could be remembering that wrong.

Yeah, I think they were expecting some good things from him.

It will be interesting to see what happens at safety. Goldson has a good contract for cutting someone (no dead money with about $8M in savings), but I think they like him. I also think they are still interested in Hall at safety, so we'll have to see what they do there.

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Will Compton - Sure why not

Interesting.

He got a lot of love from coaches and media as the season progressed. Seems like a definite keeper to me.

That was my bad. I always get Will and Tom mixed up. Definitely keep Will. Tom, I could take or leave.

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UFA

Terrance Knighton - No problem with bringing him back. Not sure I'd make it a super long deal, maybe 2-3 years.
Colt McCoy - Sure why not
Logan Paulsen - Need TE depth and he's a good blocker
Darrel Young - Personally, would love to have him back. But he isn't utilized properly in the new system
Kedric Golston - Meh. Been here awhile, but think he's replaceable
Alex Smith - Maybe only if we can't re-sign Paulsen
Pierre Thomas - Like what he did down the stretch, but that's what Thompson is for
Will Blackmon - Nice find off the streets and would bring him back
Cary Williams - Camp body at best?
Mason Foster - Definitely
Brian De la Puente - Meh
Junior Galette - What love to see he and Kerrigan paired together
Josh LeRibeus - Nope
Frank Kearse - Meh
Kirk Cousins - He'll be back, just question of for how long and how much. Would prefer a team friendly deal that's easy to escape in case old Kirk shows back up
Keenan Robinson - Like him in 2014, bust this season. Maybe some cheap 1yr prove it deal
Alfred Morris - Would love for him to be back. Just not sure he fits with the new run style
RFA
Duke Ihenacho - Hasn't stayed healthy since he's been here, but has some potential
Tom Compton - Meh
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson - His speed is very useful
Will Compton - Sure why not
Tress Way - Best punter we've had in awhile, bring him back

Liked Junior Galette's exit interview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHwCZ8XYffA

I too am really looking forward to seeing what he can do next year as I think this is one area where we can truly ratchet up the defense...

great interview.

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Anyone think Jordan Reed makes it through next season uninjured?

TE is a weakness. None of them can run block and it affected the run game greatly. They have to be able to run.

Paul and Paulsen potentially back from injury, though, right?

Yes, but blocking was a weakness for them before they were hurt. Paul tries hard but at his best he's average at blocking. Paulsen, though previously known as the blocking TE, had slipped badly in blocking his last healthy year.

This new guy Alex Smith may be their best TE blocker.

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Looks like Paulsen is a UFA.

Full list:

UFA

Terrance Knighton --- yes
Colt McCoy --- don't think he'll come back, he wants to coach more than he wants to sit on a bench
Logan Paulsen --- no, bad blocker, slow
Darrel Young --- yes, loved by teammates, mentor for some, can still block and catch when given half a chance
Kedric Golston --- has been with the team forever, good spot backup if they don't find someone better; one year the front office will be talking over who to keep and who to cut and Golston's name will come up, and someone will say "dude, he died 2 years ago"
Alex Smith --- thought he looked good against the Packers, so let him try to make the team next year
Pierre Thomas --- if Thompson or Morris goes, then keep him
Will Blackmon --- slow as molasses and other teams know it; let him go
Cary Williams --- know very little about him
Mason Foster --- hell yes keep him
Brian De la Puente --- cut him or convert him to puenter
Junior Galette --- hell yes keep him
Josh LeRibeus --- improved enough on the job to be kept as backup unless beat out
Frank Kearse --- invisible man, let him go
Kirk Cousins ---- keep unless he wants outrageous money
Keenan Robinson --- keep, he was injured this year and quite good before that
Alfred Morris ---- keep
RFA
Duke Ihenacho --- yes, keep; they missed him
Tom Compton --- no
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson --- re-sign him unless too expensive
Will Compton --- hell yes keep him
Tress Way --- MVP of 2014, keep

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And the more I think about it the more I'm convinced that Jackson is more critical to the offense's success in the future than Garcon is. Garcon wasn't open as much this year as in previous years it seemed. He's tough, good in the locker room, works hard, blocks very well. But not worth $10 million or so this year. Offer him a reduced deal or he goes.

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Keep Jackson. Let Garcon go. Draft Mike Thomas in 1st. Kirk needs weapons to succeed

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Interesting article which talks about the various local politicians (e.g. DC mayor, VA Governor, etc.) and their relationship with Snyder and the Redskins, as we look forward to a new stadium in coming years:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/digger/wp/2016/01/13/dan-snyder-and-d-c-s-mayor-he-wont-return-phone-calls-she-wont-say-redskins/?hpid=hp_local-news_bowsersnyder_500pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

DC Mayor reiterates that a name change would be necessary for a move back into DC. I think building a stadium on the site of RFK is the best option for everyone involved but don't hold your breath because Snyder IMO will never change the name...

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Interesting article which talks about the various local politicians (e.g. DC mayor, VA Governor, etc.) and their relationship with Snyder and the Redskins, as we look forward to a new stadium in coming years:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/digger/wp/2016/01/13/dan-snyder-and-d-c-s-mayor-he-wont-return-phone-calls-she-wont-say-redskins/?hpid=hp_local-news_bowsersnyder_500pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

DC Mayor reiterates that a name change would be necessary for a move back into DC. I think building a stadium on the site of RFK is the best option for everyone involved but don't hold your breath because Snyder IMO will never change the name...

Snyder will change the name if he gets a new stadium and is promised a super bowl in it after it opens. He's not dumb enough to pass on hosting a superbowl (which he has desperately wanted since getting ownership of the team). Until he has that guarantee, he'll keep doing the balls-to-the-wall defend-the-name thing he's doing which appeals to the fan base.

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Interesting article which talks about the various local politicians (e.g. DC mayor, VA Governor, etc.) and their relationship with Snyder and the Redskins, as we look forward to a new stadium in coming years:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/digger/wp/2016/01/13/dan-snyder-and-d-c-s-mayor-he-wont-return-phone-calls-she-wont-say-redskins/?hpid=hp_local-news_bowsersnyder_500pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

DC Mayor reiterates that a name change would be necessary for a move back into DC. I think building a stadium on the site of RFK is the best option for everyone involved but don't hold your breath because Snyder IMO will never change the name...

Snyder will change the name if he gets a new stadium and is promised a super bowl in it after it opens. He's not dumb enough to pass on hosting a superbowl (which he has desperately wanted since getting ownership of the team). Until he has that guarantee, he'll keep doing the balls-to-the-wall defend-the-name thing he's doing which appeals to the fan base.

YOU CAN FORCE US TO CHANGE OUR NAME, BUT YOU CAN NEVER TAKE AWAY OUR FREEDO--Wait, how much can I get for hosting a Super Bowl? Washington Warriors it is!"

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/01/14/former-texans-troublemaker-willie-jefferson-lands-in-washington/

Former Texans troublemaker Willie Jefferson lands in Washington
Posted by Michael David Smith on January 14, 2016, 8:45 PM EST

During the 2013 season, outside linebacker Willie Jefferson was among a trio of players cut by the Texans for breaking team rules at a team hotel, reportedly by smoking pot. After that, Jefferson couldn’t find another NFL team willing to give him a shot.

But after two years in the Canadian Football League, Jefferson is back in the NFL, as Washington signed Jefferson to a contract today.

Jefferson played well over the last two years, recording 10 sacks for the Edmonton Eskimos. He’s a talented pass rusher and probably has a better chance of making Washington’s 53-man roster than most players picked up at this time of year.

At least he does if he can stay out of trouble. Jefferson was arrested for marijuana possession during his time at Baylor after he was found passed out in the driver’s seat of his car at a Taco Bell drive-through. His Baylor teammate Josh Gordonwas a passenger in his car and was arrested with him. Jefferson was later kicked off the team at Baylor.

Perhaps two years of exile in the CFL was enough to give Jefferson a wake-up call. If so, Washington may benefit with a talented young pass rusher on the roster.

I root for any kid that passes out in a Taco Bell drive-thru.

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Looking at mock drafts (I know its early) they have us selecting WR Michael Thomas from Ohio State.

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Now I'm hungry for a taco salad.

Taco Bell up from my house. I love it. Big box of 10 tacos for $10...how can you beat that?

Half the time I almost pass out in the drive through from an over abundance of joy...

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Now I'm hungry for a taco salad.

Taco Bell up from my house. I love it. Big box of 10 tacos for $10...how can you beat that?

Half the time I almost pass out in the drive through from an over abundance of joy...

Enjoy the diarrhea from those 10 tacos :(

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Looking at mock drafts (I know its early) they have us selecting WR Michael Thomas from Ohio State.

Kiper has us taking a corner. I really don't care what position this year BPA all the way. I normally have blend of BPA and need. I think we need close enough to the same amount of health everywhere this year. CB might be at the bottom of the list with Breeland and Culiver though. Free agency will probably make me start having some positional preferences closer to the draft. Anyone have Danny's plane info yet?

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Now I'm hungry for a taco salad.

Taco Bell up from my house. I love it. Big box of 10 tacos for $10...how can you beat that?

Half the time I almost pass out in the drive through from an over abundance of joy...

Enjoy the diarrhea from those 10 tacos :(

Yeah, that's "passing out" part two... :X

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Picking at #21 and with all our needs I'll be happy with anything that's not a QB, OT, or OLB. G/C is probably too high in this draft. Of course like most drafts the trading back would be particularly good with our GM and all the talent available in rounds 2-4. Hoping Lynch is there at 21 and Cleveland gives us their 2nd and 3rd.

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Looking at mock drafts (I know its early) they have us selecting WR Michael Thomas from Ohio State.

Kiper has us taking a corner. I really don't care what position this year BPA all the way. I normally have blend of BPA and need. I think we need close enough to the same amount of health everywhere this year. CB might be at the bottom of the list with Breeland and Culiver though. Free agency will probably make me start having some positional preferences closer to the draft. Anyone have Danny's plane info yet?

Don't know if this is true, but I read that the guarantees in Culliver's contract were voided by his suspension. Due to his ACL, we COULD cut him with no consequences.

Doubt we do it, but if true it adds a twist to the off season.

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I was looking at the results of the Subscriber Contest. I actually hit the jackpot on a number of players: Kirk Cousins, Jordan Reed, Doug Martin, and Tyler Eifert. But my team could not survive without my top running back, Le'Veon Bell.

If I had survived, I would have finished 152nd. If Bell had stayed healthy and added 45 pts to my 3 week total (scoring in the low 20's each week), I would have finished 60th. Cousins and Reed really helped out my results.

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Thinking things over, since the offense had quite a bit of success, I think there is a good chance the Redskins keep both Jackson and Garcon next year. Both are under contract for next year.

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Looks like Paulsen is a UFA.

Full list:

UFA

Terrance Knighton --- yes
Colt McCoy --- don't think he'll come back, he wants to coach more than he wants to sit on a bench
Logan Paulsen --- no, bad blocker, slow
Darrel Young --- yes, loved by teammates, mentor for some, can still block and catch when given half a chance
Kedric Golston --- has been with the team forever, good spot backup if they don't find someone better; one year the front office will be talking over who to keep and who to cut and Golston's name will come up, and someone will say "dude, he died 2 years ago"
Alex Smith --- thought he looked good against the Packers, so let him try to make the team next year
Pierre Thomas --- if Thompson or Morris goes, then keep him
Will Blackmon --- slow as molasses and other teams know it; let him go
Cary Williams --- know very little about him
Mason Foster --- hell yes keep him
Brian De la Puente --- cut him or convert him to puenter
Junior Galette --- hell yes keep him
Josh LeRibeus --- improved enough on the job to be kept as backup unless beat out
Frank Kearse --- invisible man, let him go
Kirk Cousins ---- keep unless he wants outrageous money
Keenan Robinson --- keep, he was injured this year and quite good before that
Alfred Morris ---- keep
RFA
Duke Ihenacho --- yes, keep; they missed him
Tom Compton --- no
ERFA (exclusive rights RFA)
Chris Thompson --- re-sign him unless too expensive
Will Compton --- hell yes keep him
Tress Way --- MVP of 2014, keep

The most interesting decisions are on Mason Foster and Will Blackmon. The Redskins will try to re-sign both, but they could be lured away for more money or playing time. Blackman is mostly a journeyman, but had decent success here. He got a lot of playing time due to Culliver's injury. But he really is more of a nickel or 4th CB and paid near the NFL minimum. If someone wants to overpay, Blackman could easily go elsewhere.

Mason Foster is younger and has more upside. So his valuation is a little harder to figure out. He slots in as marginal starter for the Redskins, in the mix with Compton, Riley, and Robinson.

McCoy is definitely worth bringing back. Like last year, I am sure he will check out his options before deciding where to sign.

Knighton wasn't great, but you have a big hole if you don't resign him. Maybe they can sign him to a 1 or 2 year deal.

The Restricted and Exclusive Rights Free Agents you almost always keep since they are quite inexpensive. So expect Ihenacho, T Compton, Chris Thompson, W Compton, and Way to all be offered contracts.

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I believe Jordan Reed is a 2017 FA, so will be interesting to see if they try to lock him down now or not.

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Looking at mock drafts (I know its early) they have us selecting WR Michael Thomas from Ohio State.

Kiper has us taking a corner. I really don't care what position this year BPA all the way. I normally have blend of BPA and need. I think we need close enough to the same amount of health everywhere this year. CB might be at the bottom of the list with Breeland and Culiver though. Free agency will probably make me start having some positional preferences closer to the draft. Anyone have Danny's plane info yet?

Don't know if this is true, but I read that the guarantees in Culliver's contract were voided by his suspension. Due to his ACL, we COULD cut him with no consequences.

Doubt we do it, but if true it adds a twist to the off season.

I hope Culliver isn't cut. He was good when he played and if I remember correctly his salary hit isn't so bad. Culliver and Breeland is a good starting pair of corners.

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The most interesting decisions are on Mason Foster and Will Blackmon. The Redskins will try to re-sign both, but they could be lured away for more money or playing time. Blackman is mostly a journeyman, but had decent success here. He got a lot of playing time due to Culliver's injury. But he really is more of a nickel or 4th CB and paid near the NFL minimum. If someone wants to overpay, Blackman could easily go elsewhere.

Mason Foster is younger and has more upside. So his valuation is a little harder to figure out. He slots in as marginal starter for the Redskins, in the mix with Compton, Riley, and Robinson.

I think Blackmon filled in well this year in a decimated secondary, but with Culliver and Jarrett back next year there's just no need for him. For most of the Green Bay game I kept thinking "who is that secondary guy, he's incredibly slow" and it was Blackmon.

The radio guys (Cooley, Galdi, Czaban) keep talking about Keenan Robinson as though he's a goner. In 2014 he was one of their best defenders. I don't think he suddenly turned to poop; I think injury had something to do with his play this year before he was out entirely.

I'd hate to see Foster go. He always knew where the play was going it seemed, just like Compton did. To me he's better than Riley.

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