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DEANGELO HALL

Instead of poaching other teams’ rosters, keeping the star cornerback should be priority No. 1 for The Danny.



GEORGE MCPHEE

Capitals general manager needs to address one or two needs to help the team in May.

ALBERT HAYNESWORTH

If the rumors of him landing with the Redskins are true, it would be an expensive acquisition.

MARK LERNER

It’s time for the Nationals owner to speak publicly about everything that’s gone wrong.

KRISTI TOLIVER

The senior guard has Maryland in line for the No. 1 seed in the ACC tournament.

TWT FIVE: BEST REDSKINS ‘SPLASH’ SIGNINGS

1. London Fletcher (2007): Stepped in at middle linebacker, hasn’t missed a game in two years and has become heartbeat of defense.

2. Casey Rabach (2006): Not a publicized signing, but he has been more than adequate in three years as the center.

3. Marcus Washington (2004): He was released last week, but he provided the Redskins with four solid years at strongside linebacker before breaking down last year.

4. Shawn Springs (2004): Another part of a good 2004 class, he has been a consistent cover cornerback, though injuries have plagued him.

5. Adam Archuleta (2006): Just kidding. One of the biggest mistakes in the history of free agency, ol’ Archie did provide plenty of good theater.

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