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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Adam Carriker
Adam Carriker may not be under contract with the Washington Redskins, but the former defensive tackle very much remembers when he was.
The Redskins made a series of roster moves Tuesday, cutting veterans along with young players, but the cuts made few surprises.
The defensive end has been determined to prove he can return from injury for the past year and a half, and he doesn't believe being released by the Redskins on Tuesday will slow him down.
A couple of Mike Shanahan's more questionable decisions were reversed yesterday in a flurry of roster moves. Here is a breakdown of what happened and why.
The Redskins announced that they have released five players, including Sav Rocca and Adam Carriker.
The Washington Redskins have cut defensive lineman Adam Carriker and punter Sav Rocca.
The Redskins made a series of roster moves on Tuesday, releasing Carriker, Rocca and three others in an attempt to gain additional financial flexibility entering the start of the free agency period next week.
He hasn't played in the last 30 games, almost two full seasons, but Redskins defensive tackle Adam Carriker remains optimistic about his future with the team.
Depending on the health of Stephen Bowen and Adam Carriker, the Redskins may be in the market for a defensive end (or two).
Two Redskins defensive ends are facing that dreaded convergence of advancing age, recent injuries, and large salaries. Should the Redskins make a move?
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, November 21, four days before the Washington Redskins host the San Francisco 49ers.
Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker is scheduled to return to practice this week, opening a 21-day window for the team to evaluate his progress before deciding the next step.
Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker remains a 'long shot' to play in 2013, according to Coach Mike Shanahan.
Robert Griffin III stood in the pocket in the rain and scrambled on the wet grass at Heinz Field looking for targets. Fred Davis, his most popular one this season, wasn't there.
Coach Mike Shanahan likes to preach to his players that injuries shouldn't carry with them any drop-off to the next guy in line. As Chris Wilson and Rob Jackson battled this week for Brian Orakpo's starting spot, both assured there would be no noticeable decline.
Carriker said he was told the Redskins will monitor his progress and remain open to bringing him back later this offseason if the situation presents itself.
He said he'd be open to that, too, but would also listen to any other offer that may come.