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Topic - Reed Doughty
Capsules of the 16 NFC teams entering NFL free agency, which begins Tuesday:
Later this afternoon, a number of Redskins will become free agents. Who are they and who's got a chance of re-signing at a later date?
The best way to fill holes in the NFL is to promote from within. Do the Redskins have a chance to do that with a couple of his recent draft picks?
Free from a $36 million salary cap penalty imposed over the last two years, the Washington Redskins will enter the start to free agency Tuesday afternoon with approximately $20 million available to spend. That won't be enough to immediately upgrade the talent at every position, but there will be some changeover in the roster.
A year after investing two draft picks in safeties, the Redskins still are searching for answers at the position.
Longtime Redskins safety Reed Doughty hopes to re-sign in Washington but acknowledges that it might not happen.
Stay or Go: Reed Doughty has been the Redskins backup plan at safety for seven seasons. Is he going to be around for an eighth? Tandler and Tarik discuss.
With DeAngelo Hall under contract for the next four seasons, which free-agent-to-be should the Redskins aim to re-sign next?
Several quality veteran safeties are expected to hit the open market next month. That's a good thing for the Redskins, who desperately need to upgrade the position.
Veterans Brandon Meriweather and Reed Doughty are set to become unrestricted free agents, while draft picks Phillip Thomas and Bacarri Rambo remain unknown quantities. Indeed, the Redskins have many questions at safety entering the offseason.
The Redskins could have as much as $30 million to spend on free agents next month. Which positions should they prioritize?
The confirmation that Brandon Meriweather will be a free agent deepens the hole the Redskins have in the middle of their defense.
Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward has stood out from the crowd at the Senior Bowl -- and the Redskins have taken notice
Although Niles Paul's contributions on offense have been limited, the 2011 draft pick is carving out a niche on special teams.
It was far from storybook fashion, yet London Fletcher's storied career came to an end Sunday in New York.
He told CSNWashington.com on Thursday that he's had discussions with the Redskins about an extension but expects to hit the market March 11.
Asked if he believes he'll get a deal worked out in Washington, Doughty said: "I don't have expectations. I'm proud of what I've done and what I've accomplished and I want to do some more. I'm working out very hard to prepare myself. I think they'll do what's best for the team and if I'm a part of that, which I hope I am, I'd be happy to be a part of it. If not, I understand the business."