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Is Alex Smith a Fantasy Option in 2018?

Washington Redskins trade for Quarterback Alex Smith. The Kansas City Chiefs receive the Redskins 2018 Third Round Draft Pick and cornerback Kendall Fuller.

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Q&A with a Redskins fan about the Alex Smith trade

With the Redskins trading for veteran quarterback Alex Smith last night, the NFL was turned on its head and set the wheels in motion for many others moves down the line, but what does it mean for fans of the Redskins? 1,094 more words

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Alex Smith Traded To The Redskins

On the week of the Super Bowl and during our President’s annual State of the Union address, surely many weren’t expecting NFL trade news, but that’s just what happened tonight. 538 more words

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Jay Gruden: Redskins Wanted Calais Campbell in 2017

Redskins coach Jay Gruden says there’s more than one way to target a position of need.

In 2017 for instance, Washington needed defensive line help. Top-tier defensive end Calais Campbell, who would eventually go on to sign with Jacksonville, was their initial target, Gruden told… 227 more words

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Redskins' 2017 D-Coordinator Search Now Makes Sense

WASHINGTON — Almost exactly one year ago, on January 22, the Washington Redskins hired Greg Manusky to be the team’s next defensive coordinator.

The team was coming off of a season in which the Joe Barry-led squad ranked 28th in the NFL in total defense, including 25th in passing defense and 24th in rushing defense. 557 more words

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SNYDER: 'Gruden Bowl' Less Likely Than 'Harbaugh Bowl'

Reaching the Super Bowl is hard enough for an NFL coach, who must fend off 15 contenders in his conference.

The odds of his brother doing likewise in the other conference, in the same season, are astronomical. 424 more words

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Albert Breer Gave Me a Browns Boner This Week

Kirk Cousins would “seriously consider” playing for the Browns if he hit free agency, per @AlbertBreer https://t.co/eg2AzOwuVK pic.twitter.com/PQ0ObuL8Gj

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 10, 2018…

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