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Monday, March 27, 2006

Redskins Re-Sign Dockery, Lavar still visiting

Former Skins linebacker LaVar Arrington is expected to meet with the Dolphins for a second time.. He has visited Jacksonville, who are believed to want his price tag to go down before they would seriously consider signing him.. Arrington is hoping for a deal similar to the one Julian Peterson signed with Seattle worth 54 million over 7 years..
Arrington is also expected to visit with the Bengals who he has had conversations with but yet to actually visit..
The Dolphins, Jaguars, Bengals and Giants appear to be most likely desatinations but sources say he is constantly fielding calls from numerous teams.. Miami, Jax and Cincy are currently the front runners, all seemingly are waiting to figure out the bottom line price..

The Skins resigned guard Derrick Dockery meaning their offensive line will return in tact..
The team inked two veteran O-linemen over the weekend to add depth and replace the retired Ray Brown.. Mike Pucillo formerly played for the Browns and can play guard or center.. Tyson Walter was a former spot starter for the Texans..

The inital portion of the NFL schedule was released, Washington will open it's season on Monday night, September 11th 7PM against the Vikings at Fed Ex Field.. The team is not playing on Thanksgiving Day as previously reported.. Dallas is hosting Tampa Bay during the triple-header..

Washington remains in the market for a back-up D-Tackle, Linebacker and cornerback.. None will be in a high end price range..

Washington was awarded a compensatory 7th round draft pick in next month's draft.. It will be #250, this for losing free agents a year ago.. The Redskins now have seven draft picks, 2nd round #52 overall, 5th round, 3 6th rounders (Trades of Patrick Ramsey and Rod Gardner) and two 7th rounders..


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