The Redskins displeasure with their punter situation showed this morning when they worked out David Leverton, a former fifth-round pick by Jacksonville. They won't sign him--his mechanics need a little tweaking and he's not as fast getting his punts off as the Redskins two punters. But that doesn't mean they're going to stop looking.
August 13, 2003
The Redskins started their draft back in February on the first day of free agency. It seemed owner Daniel Snyder had an infatuation with players wearing New York Jets jersey's as he signed four and as a result gave away the teams' selection in the first and fifth round. In the end the Skins were left with only three draft choices making the weekend non-dramatic for the franchise.
May 8, 2003
Despite a historic drought, four Washington Huskies from the class of 2003 have signed free-agent contracts to play football in the NFL. For the first time since 1936 a football player from the University of Washington was not drafted. However, these four, and perhaps at least one more (Kai Ellis) will do their best to uphold the Huskies' proud pro tradition.
May 2, 2003