Joey Porter to the Redskins Is the Jason Taylor Blunder All Over Again

March 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Joey Porter will be visiting with the Washington Redskins this week in hopes of finding his new team after being released from the Miami Dolphins. 
The Redskins need help at linebacker, with London Fletcher and Rocky McIntosh the only solid veterans on the unit.
Washington will be implementing a 3-4 defensive scheme for next season, which bodes well for Brian Orakpo. He should thrive as an outside linebacker in the new system. But there's still a hole to be filled, and for some reason general manager Bruce Allen and head coach Mike Shanahan seem to think Porter is the answer.
The question is why?
This may be a new regime, but you'd think they would have learned from their predecessors' mistakes. Does Washington really need another disgruntled former Dolphins' linebacker on their hands?
Lets face it, at 33-years-old, Porter's best years are a ways back in the rear-view mirror. He's slowed down significantly, to the po...

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