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Welcome to the squad!"WhiteFanposts Fanshots
09-03-2019, 05:20 AM,
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Welcome to the squad!"WhiteFanposts Fanshots
Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareRedskins officially sign 8 UDFAsJennifer Nicholson-USA TODAY SportsThe Redskins have made it official with 8 undrafted free agents. We reported all 8 of these signings in our UDFA tracker that started before Round 7 was over. We will have extensive profiles on these players as we gear up for the offseason. These 8 players join the Redskins 10 draft picks on the roster. There were also several UDFAs who were reportedly offered tryouts at Redskins rookie mini-camp.Redskins 2019 UDFAsJuwann Bushell-Beatty Chris Thompson Jersey , OT, MichiganChidi Okeke, OT, Tennessee StateSteven Sims, Jr., WR, KansasTJ Rahming, WR, DukeKano Dillon, TE, OregonRyan Bee, DE, MarshallB.J. Blunt, LB, McNeese StateJoJo McIntosh, DB, WashingtonReported TryoutsKendrick Edwards, WR, Arkansas StateJosh Caldwell, RB, Northwest Missouri StateTaiwan Deal, RB, WisconsinAca’Cedric Ware, RB, USCDon Liotine, RB Chris Thompson Jersey , Stony BrookCal Daniels, FB, Stony BrookReggie Bain, OL, FAUDeion Harris, CB, North Dakota UniversityThe Redskins also waived 6 players today by @Tiller56"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTby @Tiller56ShareTweetShareShareSome Free Agent Targets for the Redskins as the Legal Tampering Period Starts TodayMitch Stringer-USA TODAY SportsThe free agency legal tampering period begins today. The Redskins have many holes on their roster. Will they be a player in free agency? Could a splash pick be in the cards?Below are some targets the Redskins could be interested in as we move towards free agency.WR:Randall Cobb:Cobb is a productive slot receiver who can gain YAC in the open field. A change of scenery may be just what he needs after eight seasons in Green Bay.Tyrell Williams:Williams won’t be cheap, but he’s young, and looking to go somewhere when he can be a team’s top option in the passing game. Washington lacks a true top receiver, so the fit may be ideal if the money is not too high.Devin Funchess:Funchess is like a power forward playing wide receiver. Much like Mike Evans, he wins with size, body position and physicality. Jordan Matthews:Matthews is not a true go-to receiver, but he’s a solid route runner who is physical after the catch. TE:Maxx Williams:The former first round pick has been passed over in Baltimore. He’s a solid blocker and a sneaky-good receiver. He’d be a great fit in 12-personnel. Jesse James:James is sneaky-athletic for a 6’7” 265 pound man. He’s improved his blocking each season, and he has the speed and size to be a mismatch for both linebackers and safeties. G:Rodger Saffold:Saffold will probably command a pretty hefty salary, but he’s a solid guard who excels in open space. He’d be a very nice fit with Gruden’s offense. Billy Turner:Turner is a light-footed mover who is more of a positional blocker than a true mauler. He does a nice job working to the second level on tandem blocks.A.J. Cann:Cann could fit in nicely at left guard for the Redskins. He’s a powerful interior blocker who has improved his technique over the last two seasons. Evan Boehm:Boehm can play both center and guard, and could give the Redskins a versatile interior lineman with some starting potential and positional flexability. ILB:C.J. Mosley:Mosley is a prototypical 3-4 inside linebacker, who would give the Redskins a major presence at the position - something they have been lacking for years. Plus, he’s a former Alabama stud. CBBig Grinarqueze DennardBig Grinennard is a young, physical corner who needs a chance to shine as a boundary player. He is a solid bump-and-run defender.Pierre DesirBig Grinesir is a long, rangy corner with good ability to locate and disrupt passes. He’s best in hip-trail technique with solid over-the-top safety help. Ronald DarbyBig Grinarby is a blazer with plus ball skills and smooth hips that allow him to break well on routes. He can play both outside and in the slot.Bradley Roby:Roby is a solid slot corner who can play outside if needed. He’s best playing in zone coverage. Safety:Landon Collins: The do-it-all safety should be on top of the Redskins wish list. He brings versatility, physicality, leadership and he’s from Alabama(yeah, that matters). Tyrann Mathieu:The Honey Badger is a true ball-hawk who can play as a S or nickle back. He’s not afraid to mix it up in run support either. Tashaun Gipson:Gipson will be 29 when the season starts, but the guy can play. He’s a ball-hawking safety who’s recorded 20 interceptions in his career, and is not afraid to come up and lay the lumber.
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