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  1. The dumbest comment I've ever read
  2. I would not be surprised if we used him in the slot all season. He's a matchup nightmare when healthy (in Riechs system). I would still draft a WR & TE in this years draft. Mims & Kmet would be my picks
  3. As deep as the wide receiver class is, I'd take Kmet with the 34th (he will not be there at 44) and draft Eason with the 44th. A reciever nobody is talking about that's being slept on is Q. Cephus out of Wisconsin. That's just my wishful thinking/opinion.
  4. I love the idea of cutting Jacoby & Hoyer. That would free up some money to pay Clowney a decent salary on a 3 yr deal. Will it happen...probably not
  5. Josh Norman??? Published: Feb. 14, 2020 at 09:59 a.m. Updated: Feb. 14, 2020 at 10:09 a.m. Redskins to release CB Josh Norman after four seasons Kevin Patra Around the NFL Writer Print Josh Norman will not be part of Ron Rivera's new regime in Washington after all. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Friday that the Redskins are releasing the veteran cornerback, per a source informed of the situation. Norman previously earned his stripes under Rivera in Carolina, where he went from fifth-round pick to Pro Bowler in three seasons. After the Panthers pulled the franchise tag, Norman signed a big-money deal in 2016. The play of the 32-year-old has waned in recent seasons, as it does for most corners when Father Time cuts their legs out. Norman struggled mightily in 2019 and was discarded by the previous staff. He played just 10 snaps in the Redskins' final six games, per Next Gen Stats. There was some thought that perhaps reuniting with Rivera could have rejuvenated the veteran corner. But with Norman due $12.5 million in 2020, the Redskins weren't willing to shell out that kind of cash for an aging CB. Washington will save all $12.5 million but jettisoning Norman, with $3 million in dead money. Given his age, recent play and cost, it's a move that makes sense for Washington, even with Norman's ties to Rivera. Being released on Feb. 14 might not help Norman's Valentine's Day celebration, but it should give him a jump on finding a new home before all the other pending free agents hit the open market.
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