#1 And if there is, it won’t be Vikings receiver von zhangzk 03.12.2019 08:01

They say things happen in threes https://www.theredskinslockerroom.com/authentic-dwayne-haskins-jersey , but there won’t be a third high-profile receiver traded this week.Stefon Diggs.His brother created a stir on social media with an image of Diggs that had been adjusted to show him in a Washington uniform.Nothing is going on. “F–k no,” a source told Adam Schefter of ESPN regarding the notion that the Vikings had, were, or will trade Diggs. Still, the fact that former Vikings quarterback Case Keenum now plays for Washington added a dash of plausibility to the idea, especially since Washington at one point was linked to a potential trade for former Steelers receiver Antonio Brown.Trading Diggs would trigger a $12 million cap charge for the Vikings, which may sound like a lot but the Steelers will carry $21.12 million for Brown and the Giants took a $16 million cap charge after trading Odell Beckham Jr. That said, the cap-crunched Vikings would have a hard time absorbing that hit. And they’d have an ever harder time replacing Diggs, who forms one of the best receiving tandems in the league with Adam Thielen. The Sixpack returns with some rambling, rumbling thoughts on the Redskins offseason." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHogs Haven homepageHorizontal - WhiteHogs Havena Washington Redskins communityFollow Hogs Haven online:Follow Hogs Haven on TwitterFollow Hogs Haven on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchHogs Haven main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsRedskinsMastheadOddsShopCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTAnd...we’re back. Thanks for hanging with us through the lull between the draft and training camp. No one does lulls like the Redskins. While other teams are churning the fringes of their roster this time of year, the Redskins occasionally like to see a roaring fire at the heart of their entire operation. The last Sixpack I had planned a few weeks ago was all about some off-the-wall moves the front office could consider, but one of them involved exploring the market for our most valuable player(s). Of course, that is only because here at Hogs Haven, we always say that if you want to be serious about doing trades, you have to be willing to trade something of value. When the Trent Williams story broke, I quickly canceled that Sixpack because it did not read well—it seemed more like I was advocating for trading Trent, as opposed to making a completely random hypothetical. More on that below.Because of his contract AND the kind of man/athlete Alex Smith is, we knew from the get-go that we Redskins fans were going to be treated to a steady diet of “The Comeback.” As long as his leg has been auditioning for a role in Hellraiser Doug Williams Jersey , it has been relatively easy to ignore, but now that Alex Smith is playing dodgeball with Angie Goff at the mall, it’s officially on. I have said in the basement—with general agreement from Kevin and Tim—that there is NO WAY Alex Smith ever plays again. I based that opinion on the fact that the harrowing medical journey Smith has been on has completely changed his body—his body mass, his muscle tone, etc. I mean, he is said to have to learn how to run again. In an era where 6’6” behemoths on the defensive line are also running 4.4 40’s, it doesn’t strike me as a very welcoming place for someone who has lost not only his flexibility and muscle memory...but also his ability to (know how to) run. That said, post-spiral-fracture-Alex-Smith would still be a HUGE step up from having to start Mark Sanchez. As for the Disney movie that Dan Snyder was dying to bankroll before he drafted Dwayne Haskins, the Alex Smith comeback story seems destined for a ridiculous buildup that can only end with him under center if something else goes horribly wrong (like our first round pick somehow can’t play for whatever reason). I continue to be a big Alex Smith fan, but I feel like the possibility of his comeback is going to live only as long as it takes to pay him what he is guaranteed.The Redskins are keeping three quarterbacks this season. I think. I hope. Again, if for no other reason than a “Never Again” Mark Sanchez policy, these Redskins need options and depth at the quarterback position. At the point in time where Dwayne Haskins turns into a “ten-year guy” that becomes a cornerstone of the team and offense, the Redskins can consider keeping just him and his caddy. Until then, neither Case Keenum nor Colt McCoy provide enough juice to cut the other. My gut says we will need both of those guys at some point this season, and neither costs a fortune. If you want to talk about potential best-case scenarios for Alex Smith, what about him actually getting back into football shape and taking a minimum contract to back up Dwayne Haskins into his 40’s? Can’t we all agree that there are few things that say “Redskins” more than an over-the-hill quarterback taking snaps far past his prime?Besides the physical pain and anguish of the spiral fracture, to me the real ass-kicker of Alex Smith’s injury is the manner in which it completely prevents the Redskins from taking full advantage of having a rookie quarterback playing on a rookie salary. I have a hard time thinking of anything that makes a bigger impact on an NFL team than having a starting quarterback playing on his rookie deal. Given middle-of-the-road veterans can make as much as $20 million a year, you can pretty easily see the value in having a starter making $4 or $5 million a year. Teams like the Cowboys, Chiefs and Rams have all benefited greatly in recent seasons being able to spend big chunks of money at other key positions while their young starter was working on that first contract. The Redskins may still be able to net a season or two of that benefit Womens Dwayne Haskins Jersey , but not this year or next year thanks to the amount of dough owed to Alex Smith. The injury is nobody’s fault, and the Redskins and their fans should all feel good about getting a strong rookie prospect. There is still value to be extracted from the situation with Haskins playing on that rookie deal, but it is just worth noting that it won’t be the same as what we have seen elsewhere in the league. On the bright side, our salary cap space dedicated to the quarterback spot will be kind of locked in, preventing us from having to carve out space later.As long as we are talking about quarterbacks, can we just all take our Josh Doctson pulse real fast? My hope is that Doc pulls out an 85-catch, 1,000 yard season from out of nowhere with his NFL future on the line. It makes sense doesn’t it? There’s almost no way we could justify paying him “market value” at the end of the season after the body of work he has turned in his first four years, so him having a big year this season would simply come as zero surprise. Count me among those who feel that no news is good news on the Trent Williams front. If Trent and his business team are playing things close to the vest, that is fine by me. I don’t trust any narrative that would be cooked up and peddled by Bruce Allen, so I am glad to hear nothing from him. I know we have put millions of pixels to use on this topic already, but my stance is that I would gladly pay him a few extra million per season on his existing deal. I am hesitant to sign him to a new mega-deal with extra years. If a compromise was possible, and we could add one year to his current deal with some new money that would make his camp happy, that would be great. I would not hesitate to pay him his market value at the end of that three years, but I want the chance to have that choice at that point in time. And I need to stroke a gigantic check to Brandon Scherff at some point, so we need to keep a lot of this in mind.

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