Redskins Sign Anthony Bryant: Albert Haynesworth Staying in Town?

April 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I had just finished writing an article about trading Jason Campbell and Albert Haynesworth when I heard the news that the Washington Redskins had signed nose tackle Anthony Bryant out of free agency.
According to the initial report by Gary Fitzgerald of Redskins.com, Bryant is a three-year veteran, having played in nine NFL games with 11 tackles.
Compared with the hype surrounding the Donovan McNabb trade, this move was a snooze.  The Redskins are switching to a 3-4, and they need depth on the line, so they grabbed another nose tackle.
Yet earlier in free agency, Washington also acquired the much more talented Maake Kemoeatu, former Carolina Panthers NT.
Kemoeatu, at 6'5 and 345 lbs, is more than capable of playing the nose tackle position.  He played four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before being picked up by the Panthers in 2006 free agency.
With the Panthers, he logged 36, 46, and 34 tackles in the 2008, 2007 and 2006 seasons, respectively.&nb...

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