"Doctson's still not an older guy," McCloughan said. "If he's not (a productive player) there, he's going to be somewhere, I can promise you that. ... If he's not successful when it's all said and done, it's my fault. I'll learn from it. But I would not give up on him. Not yet. Not even close."
In April, when addressing the Redskins' signing of Chris Culliver, a cornerback mired in his own legal troubles, McCloughan said he would not "embarrass the organization" by signing "so-called 'bad guys.'"