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Topic - London Fletcher
Capsules of the 16 NFC teams entering NFL free agency, which begins Tuesday:
Free agent inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson signed with the Colts this morning. It was good news and bad news for the Redskins.
With London Fletcher expected to retire and Perry Riley Jr. set to become a free agent, it could be argued that inside linebacker is the Redskins' most pressing need this offseason.
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It looks like the bidding on Perry Riley may get richer than the Redskins would like. Will they have to pay him anyway? Tandler and Tarik discuss.
A year after taking a major pay cut to help the Washington Redskins through their salary cap woes, DeAngelo Hall has a new deal with a nice raise.
The Redskins have lots of voids to fill. None, however, is bigger than the one created by London's Fletcher's retirement.
Thirteen of the Redskins' free agents started at least one game in 2013. Not all of them will be re-signed. Who would you keep?
The Patriots are expected to let inside linebacker Brandon Spikes walk in free agency this year. Could the Redskins be interested in the 26-year-old former second-round draft pick?
The Redskins could have as much as $30 million to spend on free agents next month. Which positions should they prioritize?
Evan Silva of Rotoworld has examined the rosters of each NFL team and compiled rankings heading into the 2014 offseason.
With London Fletcher set to retire, Perry Riley scheduled to become a free agent and little depth behind them at inside linebacker, this offseason could see considerable change at one of the most important positions on defense
Tandler and Tarik agree that the Redskins will have to go free agent shopping to find a replacement for London Fletcher.
The Redskins are looking for some help in the middle of their defense. Could Wisconsin's Chris Borland be a good fit.
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan has seen a lot of players in his NFL career, but says London Fletcher may be the most prepared game in and game out that he's ever seen.
Redskins linebacker London Fletcher announced his retirement on Wednesday in Ashburn, saying he is 99 percent sure these last two weeks are the final games of his NFL career.