February 22, 2010

Monday Roundup

Offseason mode is in full swing. I'm trying to put together profiles for all free agents who could be courted by the Redskins. It's keeping me busy.

I need to get jumpstarted on the draft stuff as well. I'll be fleshing that out in the coming week.

Anyway, here's all the 'Skins news of note that I could find for this Monday.

Chris Samuels still hasn't made up his mind as far as retirement goes. Even if he does return (which is doubtful), the Redskins need to address the offensive line situation.

Rich Tandler got to interview George Allen the other day. Here's the transcript. (Rich will also be on Washington Post Live on Comcast Sports Net tonight at five)

A look back some Redskin WRs combine results including those Devin Thomas.

Even if Deangelo Hall isn't popular in DC, new defensive backs coach Bob Slowik loves him.

Avoid Taylor Mays, aka LaRon Landry Jr., at all costs. Eric Berry wouldn't be so bad, but we all know Russell Okung is most likely the best choice.

Should the Shanaclan go with a QB at No.4, I will accept their judgment. But that doesn't mean I'll like it.

Here's a look at the top five tackles at the combine this weekend. (Okung and Charles Brown are two solid options for the zone blocking scheme).

Gano vs. Medlock. The premier position battle this training camp! OK so the placekicking battle won't be exciting.

Rich Campbell has a good talk with Mel Kiper Jr. focusing on the tackles in the draft.

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