Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 11/11/14

Washington Redskins cornerback Carlos Rogers tackles Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Troy Williamson on ESPN Monday Night Football September 11, 2006 in Washington. The Redskins were called for a face mask penalty on the play, setting up the game-winning field goal. The Vikings won 19 - 16. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers should be one of the NFL's hottest free agents during the offseason. But based upon his comments during a Wednesday night interview on Sirius XM NFL Radio, there is one franchise Rogers would have little interest in joining: The Washington Redskins. Rogers spent his first six NFL seasons with the Redskins, which chose him with the No. 9 overall pick in the 2005 draft. He signed a one-year, $4.25 million contract with San Francisco in August. The deal has proven a bargain for the 49ers. Rogers is tied for the NFL lead in interceptions with five after notching two in last Sunday's 27-20 home victory over the New York Giants. Like most other players the Redskins have drafted since Dan Snyder became team owner in 1999, Rogers left when his rookie contract expired. Rogers said he didn't expect to re-sign with the Redskins based upon that history. Rogers said Washington's tendency to spend on free-agent players rather than keep the ones the...
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