Found March 05, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The free agency deadline for the National Football League is on the horizon and it is a good time to look at what possible unrestricted free agents that the Washington Redskins could be looking at to add to their roster for 2013. The big thing the ‘Skins have going against them is they were docked $18 million for 2013 as the year is the second of the $36 million total for the non-cap year violations from 2010... Read more
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