London Fletcher says he "loves" playing for the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins, though, had better give Fletcher some love financially to keep one of the NFL's most prolific linebackers.
Speaking with me and co-host Bill Polian on Sirius XM NFL Radio, Fletcher said he wants to have a new deal finalized before the March 13 start of the free-agent signing period. Otherwise, Fletcher won't hesitate to shop his services elsewhere.
"Hopefully, we'll get something done," Fletcher said Tuesday night. "But if I make it to March 13 (unsigned), who knows?"
Even at age 36, Fletcher wouldn't be lacking for suitors. Fletcher was credited last season with 166 tackles, a career-high figure that also led the NFL.
Fletcher praised three new additions to Washington's front seven (rookie outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and defensive linemen Cullen Jenkins and Stephen Bowen) for helping him reach that tackle total. Fletcher, though, said his individual success was mitigated by Washington's 5-1...