Despite Big Ticket Additions, Holes R...

Despite Big Ticket Additions, Holes Remain for Redskins

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Mar 16, 2009, titled Despite Big Ticket Additions, Holes Remain for Redskins. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Despite a record spending spree in which the Washington Redskins acquired Pro Bowl defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth and moved to bolster the offensive line and secondary, the team still has holes to fill and ...

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proshay delrick


#1 Mar 17, 2009
we will be fine the wholes will be filled.bring back washington and daniels.sign a De with the 13th pick and a ol later.try to get bouldin in exchange for the two rookies who could not come to camp in shape last season.we need a big wr to go across the middle.we really need bouldin

Kendall Park, NJ

#2 Mar 17, 2009
Thomas and Kelly are solid...rookie WR success is hard in the nfl, be paitent, don't be pulling a snyder. I think they I'll up there product this year and one of them will turn into a stud in there third season. Kelly will help us score touchdowns. Its hard throwing to midgets.

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