Five Players the Redskins Should Pull Off the Scrapheap

May 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By the time the NFL offseason hits late May, interesting football news is hard to come by. The free agent market has dried up and ESPN has begun the annual Brett Favre watch.
I will not succumb to discussing whether No. 4 will return for another season. Nor will I break down every possible scenario in the Albert Haynesworth stand-off (the way things look now, it appears as if Haynesworth will just show up to training camp and play another year in DC anyway).
What I will do is examine several of the players left on the scrap heap in free agency. Washington has done a solid job addressing depth along the defensive line and also acquiring alternatives to Clinton Portis at running back, but they still could use help at receiver, free safety, tackle, and outside linebacker.
1. Kevin Curtis - WR
Curtis is a speedster who has been slowed by injuries the past two seasons in Philadelphia. He only has one 1,000 yard season on his resume, but he could p...

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