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Topic - London Fletcher
The return of Perry Riley came at a price that looks right for the Redskins and that is a plus for the team's defense.
The Washington Redskins opened free agency not with the familiar Dan Snyder splash but instead with a few noteworthy ripples, keeping a couple of key players while adding an offensive lineman, a special teams standout and a No. 2 receiver.
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.
Tandler and Tarik agree that the Redskins will have to go free agent shopping to find a replacement for London Fletcher.
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
London Fletcher used to always so the right thing. Now that he's retired, 59 is opening up, now defending quarterback Robert Griffin III.
London Fletcher may not play for the Redskins anymore, but he still has plenty to say about the recent coaching change.
The end of the 2013 season is also likely the end of London Fletcher's career. Hear what he had to say after the game.
It was far from storybook fashion, yet London Fletcher's storied career came to an end Sunday in New York.
London Fletcher unveils special cleats for likely his final NFL game.
Before the final home game of his career, and his last meeting with the rival Dallas Cowboys, Fletcher fires up his position group with an emotional speech.
After announcing his retirement earlier this week, Redskins linebacker London Fletcher was just hoping not to cry when he left the field on Sunday. Watch here.
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.