Recently cut from the 49ers, Carlos Rogers could be the most likely off all the available corners to end up in Washington, according to Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The only two notable names that could miss this Sunday’s game between the 49ers and Panthers are Steve Smith and Carlos Rogers. While it’s unlikely that Smith will sit, it would not be a surprise to see Rogers not dressed. Regardless of what happens, both teams will be fine, and shouldn’t have to make any major adjustments.
The fact that both teams could be without a key defensive player this Sunday when the 49ers and Packers play is not good. While Green Bay already knows their fate, San Francisco is hoping and waiting that they will not be without Carlos Rogers.
Tomorrow afternoon, Carlos Rogers, who’s heading to his first Pro Bowl next month, will start in the first home postseason game of his eight seasons. On the other sideline will be his former coach Gregg Williams, who reignited his career in New Orleans.
49ers’ corner back Carlos Rogers talks about his experience since leaving Washington and gives us his thoughts on facing his former team this Sunday.
Even if the Redskins sign some of the top free-agents available, they will still have many holes thoughout the team.
Analyzing the Redskins’ five biggest needs continues. What position should rank second on the club’s free agency to-do list? Cornerback.
None of the three dozen or so veterans who attended at least one of the player-led Redskins practices in Northern Virginia during this spring’s NFL lockout had to be there.
Chris Wilson co-hosted a show with Grant Paulsen this weekend. Here’s what he said about several pressing Redskins’ issues.
Listen to Carlos Rogers talk about who he thinks should be the starting QB, How much he’s worth on FA market, McNabb’s struggles and more.