CBS Sports Senior NFL Columnist Pete Prisco is a notoriously prickly pundit. In his review of the first 10 days of free agency, Prisco only gave two of 32 franchises “A” grades: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Washington Redskins.
Here’s what Prisco had to say about Washington’s moves in free agency to date.
“Once upon a time, the Redskins were huge players in free agency. Now they are a lot smarter. They signed seven free agents and four of them should be starters: Defensive tackleJason Hatcher, receiver Andre Roberts, corner Tracy Porter and guard Shawn Lauvao. They also re-signed linebacker Perry Riley and corner DeAngelo Hall, two starters. I like what Washington did without a huge splash. Grade: A-“
Prisco gave the Bucs his highest grade, a plain “A,” because he loved the Michael Johnson signing and thought the release of Darrelle Revis was a smart salary cap maneuver. He lambasted the Cowboys for letting DeMarcus Ware walk.
So this is another case of the media liking Washington’s low-key approach to free agency.
Free Agency on the Redskins Blog
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