Larry Johnson Signing Shows Redskins Haven’t Learned

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When it was announced that the 2010 free agency period was going to take place in an uncapped year, everyone in D.C. immediately assumed the Redskins would buy every free agent.
Days went by and nothing happened.
Then, in Bruce Allen's first move, he dropped a bunch of veterans that included Antwan Randle El, Fred Smoot, and Ladell Betts amongst others.
After that, we waited for the ESPN reports of us going after Peppers, Sharper, Berry, and every other player we had heard of. Yet, we still saw no result.
Alas, here we are on March 12, and the Redskins have made there first move by signing Larry Johnson to a three-year deal. Did the Redskins learn anything?
First, I would like to point out I really liked the cuts we made: Smoot has been just terrible in a secondary that was comedic against the deep pass; Randle El is the worst punt returner in the league, and a mediocre slot receiver; Betts is too similar of a running back to Clinton Portis to mix things...

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