Jammal Brown Traded To Washington Redskins, 24K Talent Or Fools’ Gold?

June 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Saturday afternoon, the Washington Redsksins completed a trade with the New Orleans Saints for former Pro Bowl left tackle, Jammal Brown.
The Redskins sent a conditional draft pick, contingent on the pick they need to send to Philadelphia in the Donovan McNabb trade.
If the Eagles gets a third rounder because McNabb plays well, the Saints get the Redskins' fourth rounder, and vice versa if McNabb plays poorly.
Initial reaction: The Redskins don't have a third or a fourth-round pick in 2011 and Vinny Cerrato isn't in charge?
On a second glance, however, it looks like the Redskins are in it to win it in 2010 with a talented, but aging, Pro Bowl caliber roster including McNabb, Brown, Portis, and a bevy of other free agents—including many on defense.
These additions may not all be top tier players anymore but will certainly contribute to an overhaul from the West Coast Offense and 4-3 defense, and will provide depth on a team that has longed for ...

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