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A month ago, I would have seen the Redskins signing of London Fletcher to a 2 year, 10.75 million dollar deal with 5.25 million guaranteed as a great deal, but middle linebackers are not being highly valued on this free agency market. Curtis Lofton, David Hawthorne, and Stephen Tulloch all signed for less than I expected.Fletcher is still a good player, but he’s 37 in May so when you compare what the younger Hawthorne got (5 years, 19 million) and the younger Lofton got (5 years, 27.5 million), Fletcher’s deals slightly overpays him this year, even if it is essentially only a one year deal (little to no guaranteed money after the first year). This is a good deal to resign a team captain and one of the league’s leading tacklers last season, but not a great deal. I feel like he could have been had cheaper over a month after the start of free agency.Grade: B
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