Donovan McNabb to Redskins, Jimmy Clausen to Fall?

April 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Breaking News, the Washington Redskins have acquired Donovan McNabb from the Eagles, so says ESPN.com's NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Earlier in the week, it was reported that the Oakland Raiders were the front runners and were likely to grab McNabb. But the Redskins must have come harder, the terms of the deal are:  Redskins are to trade a 2010 2nd Round pick, and a conditional 4th rounder that could escalate to a 3rd.
This trade means the end of the Jason Campbell era in Washington, and shakes up the NFL draft. Jimmy Clausen was the most common pick for the Redskins, but now this changes things, and makes Russell Okung the heavy favorite. Clausen will likely fall to Buffalo.
Along with this, Kevin Kolb is now the franchise of the Eagles with Vick to back him up.  The Eagles shed about 11.2 million in cap from this.
One thing I must say, the Eagles got what they wanted, but they got it in the worse way, trading him to a division foe.
The Redskins are a...

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