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Ha Ha Clinton-Dix professed all sorts
09-09-2019 04:25 AM
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Ha Ha Clinton-Dix professed all sorts
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ASHBURN Ziggy Hood Jersey , Va. (AP) — of love and admiration for the Washington Redskins a day after arriving in a trade — mentioning the late Sean Taylor, new teammate and offseason workout partner D.J. Swearinger and even the team’s marching band.“Check this out, all right? I’ve got practice in about an hour. I came here to play. I came here to work,” Clinton-Dix said at an introductory news conference at Redskins Park on Wednesday. “If that’s on special teams or just helping contribute to this team any way I can, then No. 20 is going to be suited up this weekend. And you can bet that.”NFC East-leading Washington (5-2), which hosts Atlanta on Sunday, acquired Clinton-Dix for a 2019 fourth-round draft pick in a trade-deadline deal with the Green Bay Packers.“I imagine that he’ll be up to speed quickly,” Redskins coach Jay Gruden said.The safety’s contract expires after this season. He’ll presumably move into the starting lineup in place of second-year safety Montae Nicholson, who had a “small procedure on his hip,” according to Gruden.Asked what he can add to a defense that ranks No. 4 in the NFL in yards allowed per game and a team that stands No. 5 in points allowed per game, Clinton-Dix said: “My leadership. My hustle to the ball. My effort; you can’t control effort. Being a veteran player now. Being able to go get the ball, create turnovers. Take this team to another level, man, and keep things going.”The 2014 first-round draft pick is tied for second in the league with three interceptions this season — one came off Washington quarterback Alex Smith in Week 3.“Good player. A safety that I think has a lot of tools,” Smith said Wednesday. “And I think that’s important, kind of right now in football. The way football is going, safeties get put in a lot of different situations with what offenses are doing now. … They can get put in the box and need to be able to tackle. They need to be able to play the post when they have to. You kind of need a player like that, that’s kind of a jack of all trades, can do a little bit of everything, because of all the situations they can end up in.”Only one player has picked off more passes than Clinton-Dix: Redskins safety Swearinger has four INTs.He and Clinton-Dix have trained together in Miami between seasons.“When you’re competing with a guy who loves this game as much as you do, you can never get bored,” said Clinton-Dix, who said he used to offer words of praise to members of Washington’s marching band after playing road games at FedEx Field.“I’m real close with him,” he added about Swearinger. “I watch a lot of his games. I study his tape. I love the way he plays the game. I’m excited to be back there with him. There’s a lot I can learn from.”While Clinton-Dix will wear No. 20 with Washington, he was No. 21 in Green Bay — the number worn by Taylor at the end of his career.Taylor was a Pro Bowl safety for the Redskins who died at age 24 after being shot at his Florida home in 2007.“He’s one of the best to ever play this game, and that’s not just for the money, but because of love of the game. He was a leader. He didn’t talk much, but he led by example. And he set great examples,” Clinton-Dix said. “So that’s someone you want to admire. Somebody you want to look up to. And someone you want to feed off of. There’s no way I can be Sean Taylor, but he’s a guy I look up to, and I model my game after him.”Notes: Gruden said that RB Byron Marshall would be brought back from injured reserve in the next week or two. … LT Trent Williams (dislocated right thumb) was among the players who missed practice Wednesday, and Gruden said he doesn’t “have a feel for that one, at all” in terms of whether Williams will play Sunday. … Others who didn’t participate included TE Jordan Reed (neck), WR Jamison Crowder (ankle), WR Paul Richardson (knee, shoulder) and RB Chris Thompson (ribs). A look at a possible Redskins mock draft scenario"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareRedskins Mock Draft Scenario: Trading for RosenKelvin Kuo-USA TODAY SportsFor this Mock Draft Scenario using On the Clock Simulator I decided to combine two possible concepts for the Redskins. First I decided to trade the Redskins 2nd round pick and any additional selections in 2020 to the Cardinals for QB Josh Rosen. I then decided to trade back in the first round to add some extra key selections to round out the Redskins roster.As always you can follow along with the draft here: https://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/sharedra...=bqybcv32: G CHRIS LINDSTROM, BOSTON COLLEGE-This is not the flashy pick ost people are looking for Geron Christian Jersey , but Lindstrom is a strong combination of safety and upside. He has All-Pro potential and could give the Redskins the best offensive line in the league. He’s a plug and play guy, who will help both Rosen and the Redskins run game from day 1. Trade: QB Josh Rosen--Redskins have to address their QB need and if they can land Rosen for just their 2nd and a lesser piece or two next year they have to take it. Rosen had a rough rookie campaign, but the upside is there and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him have a strong 2nd season.56: WR PARRIS CAMPBELL, OHIO STATE-Redskins are desperate for weapons and that becomes an even greater concern if they trade for Rosen. Currently the Redskins receiver group is among the bottom 5 of the league. Adding a dynamic playmaker like Campbell would be an immediate injection into their offense. He still needs to improve as a route runner, but when the ball is in his hands good things happen. He can create big plays any time he touches it, and he should easily take on the number 1 role on the team. 76: EDGE OSHANE XIMINES, OLD DOMINION-Ximines isn’t the top EDGE the Redskins are hoping for, but he’s a guy who can be productive and offer the Redskins a quality option. Ximines is generally a raw talent, but he has a solid athletic profile and impressive first step. He should push for a starting role (or at least the majority portion of a platoon) as a rookie and and can develop into a full time player down the road. 96: CB ISAIAH JOHNSON, HOUSTON-Johnson is an impressive 2nd tier corner in this class who should go somewhere in the 50-100 pick range. He ran a 4.4 at the Combine and offers impressive size and length. He’s still developing at the position, but he would be a natural successor to Josh Norman in 2020.101: TE KAHALE WARRING, SAN DIEGO STATE-Warring is quickly rising up draft boards as a raw prospect, with the upside to be a number 1 TE for a team in a couple of years. He has really good size and impressive athletic ability. His technique and route running need some work, but he showcases himself as a natural pass catcher. With the Redskins keeping both Reed and Davis this year, they wouldn’t have to force Warring into a large role and could let him develop over time. 123: S MARQUISE BLAIR, UTAH-I made a trade up into the 4th round to land a safety. With passing on a safety with some earlier picks, options were running thin on guys who can contribute. Blair has good athleticism and is a heavy hitter on the backend. While he wouldn’t necessarily start as a rookie, but he should push Nicholson for the role. Blair could carve out a solid amount of playing time as a rookie, and has the chance to start long term. 153: WR STANLEY MORGAN JR., NEBRASKA-Morgan is getting overlooked in this talented receiver group, but that could end up making him a steal in this draft. Morgan doesn’t stand out in any one area, but is solid across the board. He’s one of the safer receivers in this class and should quickly be able to contribute, both in the slot and on the outside. 227: OT TREY PIPKINS, SIOUX FALLS-Pipkins is a long tackle with intriguing developmental upside. He’s likely a long term project, which is why he will probably slide to the 6th or 7th round. While there is a chance he could make the 53 man roster, he might need a year on the practice squad. If the Redskins are patient with him though he could turn out to be s surprise sleeper.253: RB JALIN MOORE, APPALACHIAN STATE-While the Redskins are set at RB this year, that could change by 2020 with Peterson, Perine and potentially Thompson all off the roster. Moore is a solid RB prospect who is coming off an injury filled season. He’s the type of player the Redskins can probably stash on the practice squad for a year and hope he reaches his potential. Overview:This is the ideal draft strategy and class for the Redskins to quickly compete. Rosen gives them a young franchise QB, who already has had his growing pains. While he might not have the sophomore year of Patrick Mahomes, it wouldn’t be surprising if produced like Jared Goff did his 2nd season. To help out Rosen early the Redskins add a pair of high upside starters in Lindstrom and Campbell. Both should be key cogs in the Redskins offense as rookies and fill major needs. They also both can develop into top level players at their positions in future seasons. Stanley Morgan is another offensive player who should be able to help contribute as a rookie. While Warring is a bit more raw, his long term upside is impressive and he could be the team’s top TE by 2021. Defensively the Redskins don’t land any studs, but Ximines should see plenty of playing time as a rookie. I see mixed results early on, but he has 10+ sack potential. Johnson and Blair should also both contribute as rookies and could be starters by next season. What do you think? If they trade for Rosen, would you then trade back as well?
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