INDIANAPOLIS -- Although the workouts at the NFL Scouting Combine continue for the next few days, this will be our last report.
February 26, 2007
A juicy rumor emanating from the Nation's Capitol is that Lemar Marshall is beyond the hot seat.
February 11, 2007
Our position by position look at the Redskins continues with the weak side linebacker spot. The hole created by the departure of LaVar Arrington will be filled by Warrick Holdman, who will try to rebound from a subpar 2005 performance.
At the end of the 2005 season, it appeared certain that Warrick Holdman did not have a future with the Washington Redskins. After the Redskins took him back after exploring some alternatives, it appears that Holdman is back from the dead and ready to fight for a starting job at the open weak side linebacker spot.
We're still nearly three months away from the August, but a
number of Redskins from last year are have begun to feel some heat. The draft
and subsequent signings of over a dozen undrafted free agent players has made
life very uncomfortable for some marginal players.
Warrick Holdman, who started seven games at weakside linebacker for the Redskins in 2005, is back. His position coach, Dale Lindsey, had offered his usual frank appraisal of Holdman's '05 performance in an earlier interview.
Tandler's Redskins Blog Ver. 11.01.05--Which would be a more effective element in the Redskins defense--Warrick Holdman or a trashcan?
November 1, 2005