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Latest Jason Hatcher Items
Last season Jason Hatcher shattered his previous career high in sacks, pulling down opposing quarterbacks 11 times, including a pair of takedowns on Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. That fact wasn't lost on RG3.
As the first few hours of free agency unfolded, Brian Orakpo wasn't sure what to expect from the Redskins. A few weeks later, he's pleasantly surprised.
Brian Orakpo is confident the addition of versatile defensive lineman Jason Hatcher will deliver what the Redskins seek: a more prolific pass rush in 2014.
Redskins depth chart reset: The Redskins are assembling their 2014 defense but holes remaining. Here's a look at where things stand.
Jason Hatcher's contract gives him a nice, immediate payday and it gives the Redskins some flexibility as the player gets older.
Defensive lineman Jason Hatcher says he expects to be used "all over the field" next season with the Redskins.
The 31-year-old defensive end, making his first real foray into free agency after eight seasons, signed a four-year, $27.5 million contract with the Redskins on Friday – one that reportedly includes a $9 million signing bonus and $10.5 million guaranteed.
There's no question that Jason Hatcher will help the Redskins defensive line but the question is, for how long?
After a cautious start, the Washington Redskins made their first big move of free agency, luring former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Jason Hatcher with a four-year, $27.5 million contract, according to a person familiar with the deal.