Rocca - "Old" doesn't really apply to punters unless they no longer have sufficient hang time or distance. Sav Rocca performed well enough that punting was not an issue even when he was playing with an MCL injury. As long as he returns healthy I see no problem keeping him. By all means have some other punters in training camp but don't waste a draft pick on one.
Santana Moss - I recall the discussion last year when Gafney was the most productive receiver yet he was still cut. Moss is very close to the end of his career and he costs WAY too much. Time to cut bait. I'd rather lose some production (hypothetically) but give playing experience to a young WR (either one on the current roster, free agent or draft pick).
Fletcher - 6 million - it has to end sometime and the end is coming sooner rather than later. Personally, I'd like to see him in a rotation while the younger player gets more experience. But that role is not worth 6 million. The old players need to make room for the new so unless he accepts a reduced role and pay cut I think it's time for him to retire.
I'm not sure the Skins will carry a third QB next year. Why would they? Cousins has shown he can handle the backup duties and Grossman was not active the entire season. Use the roster spot where it's needed.
The wild card is his injury history, he took some big hits with the Browns, so I'm not sure how much that screwed up his game. If he's healthy, I'd bet he's an upgrade to Grossman though, and considering the strategy is still to probably trade Cousins after this season, McCoy could be a very good long term backup.
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NFL | Stedman Bailey drawing big-time comparison
Fri, 15 Feb 2013 20:01:09 -0800
West Virginia WR Stedman Bailey has reportedly stood out during combine training, and he could be the surprise receiver at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. He has drawn comparisons to Carolina Panthers WR Steve Smith.
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As for the 3rd QB, i think RG3's injury has already nailed down that one to be honest,
It's a tough choice, and I'm not arguing one way or another necessarily.
Bailey would be awesome to have. He has good hands and runs good routes and has solid body control. His speed is another plus, and he could be a dominant force in the slot in the NFL in a couple years. I'd love to do something like grab a safety in the 2nd and then use our 3rd and some other picks to trade up and snag Bailey.
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I think people go overboard on the Cousins for picks stuff at this point. He might net is value in the future, however, this isn't hockey or baseball where a prospect is traded for a high end pick and a player after a single season. Furthermore, keeping your assets in football is much more important than it is in other sports due to a lack of developmental leagues.
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