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Tarik El-Bashir previews the Redskins' free agency



  1. Jammal Brown's1:07
  2. Anthony Spencer0:32, 0:46
  3. Fred Davis2:33
  4. all fair1:27
  5. nose tackle0:23
  6. offensive tackle0:24
  7. free agents0:10, 0:48, 1:02
  8. Cowboys0:33
  9. Baghdad0:07

Fri, 8 Feb 2013|



CSN Washington dot com. -- one about Redskins nation presented by crop Baghdad we're gonna wrap up our look at the top available free agents. Coming up on -- at -- we're gonna it. Wrap it up today take a wish -- The positions we have not gotten too defensive that I think the Redskins. In pretty good position at defensive end but there are some of the names available -- -- for nose tackle to offensive tackle I think the defensive line is probably the deepest position on the Redskins roster right now take a look at a model list outside linebacker Anthony Spencer the Dallas Cowboys. You know with their new defensive quarter to -- their money Kiffin. Then it changed the 43 defense. DeMarcus -- coming off a very injury riddled year this year they really can't afford to like on Anthony Spencer we're gonna get back. That was the free agents after the come by and get a little bit of an update. Give it may be more of a focus on who the Redskins. Might be looking to sign in free agency which brings us to target all this year. Who is here today to talk about the Redskins hurt free agents that I guess one just happened and our guard up ago. Absolutely Jammal Brown's contract which is restructured before this past season. Just expired it's voided so -- there's going to be 3.3 million dollars in dead money on next year's cap. But still when you look at the fact he was gonna repeat four point six million there's older a savings there right I don't think he's going to be back in Washington. Think every -- gonna help for the Redskins -- all fair salary cap subtlety which we've talked about ad nauseam and look at -- talked about. But some of the other free agents to be the Redskins and obviously maybe everybody doesn't come back. Absolutely it also the team right now is four million dollars over the cap now. In most years it's not a big deal because you have some big contracts that you can restructure right aren't that many big contracts this team that. They can be reworked to to create space but you know my colleague and I were Stadler had. A bit of an argument this morning over email over you know whether it's prudent to try to sign your guys in May be yelled filling gaps with with draft picks I said no. The time is now get creative treats and space go get yourself some stud players especially in the secondary make your move now because you've caught lightning in the bottle right now. You've got some great chemistry and here are sewn. RG three else for Boris. Ryan -- you just don't know how long this team is going to be at that tennis six level so for now do whatever you can to it to create space and get some players who -- argument. Easily shouts me down and said. -- there's a lot of guys Fred Davis obviously is on the list coming back from injury what do you think's gonna have more friends. You know I think the team would like to bring them back if they can bring him back without -- him because of attack him for second straight year you've been you have to qualify and 120%. Of last year's cellar with a -- I think my Mets tools -- bad -- Over six million dollars while the bets a bit much. You know if it didn't come to an agreement. You know and the 23 year range and even -- in this -- Spitzer ME three million dollar range. I can see something getting worked up which you know what you can ask a player in his prime. Do you any favors I mean you know as soon as you don't know his status right -- and him beat you don't but you know what it's not -- me it's not a shoulder Achilles generally. Once the surgeries done it is done properly your back. CSN Washington dot com.

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