RGIII to Washington?

Allegedly, the Redskins have made a deal with St. Louis for the #2 overall pick in the NFL draft.

The Redskins are allegedly going to give up three #1 picks and a second rounder for RGIII. That’s astounding for a guy who’s never played a down as an NFLer.

Good luck, Washington.

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2 Responses to RGIII to Washington?

  1. Ben says:

    As a Redskins fan with perspective on the Daniel Schnieder years, I can only hope for RGIII’s sake that this is not true. Our specialty is taking has beens and giving them more money than they could ever imagine to succumb to age. I hate to think that we would prematurely end this promising career.

  2. Ben, its amazing the Redskins gave up that kind of package, considering the ripple effect it will have on the franchise down the road.
    The disturbing part is, it makes the Carson Palmer deal look good.
    Actually, it makes it appear as if Dan Snyder has more say in football ops than we might have wanted to believe.

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