from ll56 on twitter
HTTR24-7.com @HTTR24_7 The surprising tone of the offseason will be the #Redskins adding weapons to the offense vs loading up on D.
Last edited by Skinsinparadise; February-4th-2013 at 11:47 AM.
Secondary HAS to be top priority follwed closely by a RT. We have a great group of LB's between Rak, Kerrigan, Fletcher, Riley, Robinson, 'Zo, and Jackson. Could use help on the D-line to generate more push. Adding a game-breaking WR or a TE is more of a luxury than a necessity.
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I don't disagree though. If we can get a Safety who can start somewhere (early in the draft or via FA) then I truly think this defense can be lethal. Another Corner would be nice but it isn't essential. Free Safety is. Other than that, we can get WRs all week long and twice on Sunday.
Personally, my first course of action would be to release some players who won't be here much longer anyway and can create cap by being cut (Hall, Fletcher, Moss). But as it stands, restructuring is going to be part of this offseason. There's not much point in complaining about it, because it's going to happen.
I truly believe that.
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lunchtime rotoworld nuggets:
More "Ed Reed to Indy" talk. This time from Peter King:
SI's Peter King believes Super Bowl XLVII was likely Ed Reed's last game in a Ravens uniform.
King's opinion isn't breaking news, but part of a growing consensus around the league. Although Reed sent mixed signals about his future in a Sunday interview with NFL Network, he ultimately insisted that he'll be back for a 12th NFL season in 2013. According to CBS' Jason La Canfora, "a lot of people" around the league expect Reed to reunite with coach Chuck Pagano in Indianapolis. Reed would probably have to sign an extremely team-friendly deal to stick around in Baltimore.
Karma is a cold *****:
Ravens DT Haloti Ngata says his left knee is "feeling better" on Monday morning.
Ngata was seen walking through the team hotel on Monday morning without the aid of crutches or assistance of any kind, and was later even spotted jogging through the lobby. Although it's encouraging news, we really won't know the extent of the injury until the Ravens get back to Baltimore and Ngata undergoes an MRI on Monday. The injury was initially classified as a "sprain."
Barry Cofield is LEGIT... no more nonsense about we need a "real" NT... HE IS THE REAL DEAL!!!! He goes to the Pro Bowl this year, book it!!!
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