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Skins trade 3 #1's for 2nd overall pick

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RGIII could be a great player but the Skins are losing an awful lot with 3 first rounders plus a 2nd rounder this year. They are going to have to get a lot of free agent players again to surround the QB with some talent. The Rams probably can't believe the "bounty" they have just received.

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Insane price but if your team is a joke, like the Indigenous Persons...or Browns...you have to pay it.

 

The Browns blew it...(yea...great news for the Ravens and the AFC North)....they should have presented a better offer. They would have a franchise QB for the next decade and be in contention every year. Plenty of time to build a team around him. They normally bust out on their high draft picks anyway so they would be losing nothing in the long run.

 

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And here they go!

Spending like crazy on Day 1.

 

According to Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com, Garcon received a five-year contract worth $42.5 million, with "roughly" $21.5 million in guaranteed money. That's a lot of cheese for a guy of Garcon's talent.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/eye-on-football/17772375/pierre-garcon-says-he-signed-with-redskins

 

Defensive lineman Adam Carriker was the Rams' 13th overall pick in the 2007 draft and after two seasons marred by injuries and a position switch, he was shipped to the Redskins for a fifth- and seven-round pick. Now, less than 90 minutes into free agency, Washington has re-signed him to a four-year, $20 million deal that includes $7 million in guarantees, NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reported via Twitter.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/eye-on-football/17773193/report-redskins-re-sign-adam-carriker-to-4-year-20-million-deal

 

Josh Morgan | WR Previous Team: San Francisco Exp: 4 years

Analysis: The Redskins and Morgan agreed to terms on a two-year deal at more than $6 million per season, NFL Network's Michael Lombardi reports. In four seasons, Morgan had 131 receptions for 1,764 yards and nine touchdowns.

http://www.nfl.com/freeagency?module=HP11_cp

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It would be cool if the Colts took RGIII and Luck went to the Skids and he looked like Leaf II

Huh. I never thought of you as being one to live the "herbal life."

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