From Son of Washington
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March 12th is nearly here and the Redskins have some big decisions to make as the start of the 2013 NFL calendar year approaches. Currently, the Redskins are around three million dollars over the estimated salary cap of 123 million. They have some serious needs to address during the off-season including tight end, corner, safety and offensive line but little cap money to address those needs. Most importantly, the Redskins need to determine who will be starting at those positions. At this point, the Redskins do not have a starter in place at right tackle.
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If you live anywhere in Maryland () or in a surrounding state or district, then you’ll probably be reminded on a daily basis about the recent Ravens Super Bowl victory over the 49ers. The Raven fans have come out of the woodwork or jumped on the bandwagon wearing their gear and talking about their team…. and that’s fine. That’s what I would do if the Redskins won the Super Bowl ().
This weekend the NFL will host more than 300 players at the annual scouting Combine in Indianapolis. More or less this is a job fair where all 32 potential employers will get to meet and determine which candidates they may want to have on their team. Instead of resumes, players are poked, prodded, take tests and perform drills to impress.