Keim Says WR Acquisitions Are An ‘Insurance Policy’
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Redskins Writer for the Washington Examiner John Keim joins the LaVar Arrington Show with Chad Dukes to talk about the flurry of wide receiver signings by the Redskins.
In addition to bringing back their own free agent Santana Moss, the Redskins agreed to terms with free agents Donte Stallworth and Brandon Stokley. They also traded defensive end Jeremy Jarmon for veteran receiver Jabar Gaffney.
This latest crop of acquisitions comes in addition to the three wide-outs the Redskins selected during the 2011 draft that included Leonard Hankerson, Niles Paul and Aldrick Robinson.
In terms of how all of these wide receivers will fit on the team, Keim seems convinced that they are not all part of the long term plan in Washington.
“The rookie receivers didn’t get much out of the off season where you couldn’t do anything, except those player work outs,” Keim told LaVar and Dukes, “My guess is there’s some insurance policy here… maybe some of those guys can serve as a bridge for the younger guys.”
For LaVar and Chad’s full interview with John Keim, click on the link below