Redskins opt not to deal for tackle
Updated: August 20, 2003, 11:47 AM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | NFL Insider
The Washington Redskins will no doubt be on the receiving end of criticism for not pulling the trigger on a trade for Lional Dalton or Ted Washington, especially considering the interior of their defensive line is extremely thin. But the Skins should be commended and not derided for not letting panic cloud their judgment. This is not to say that the Redskins don't have serious issues with their defensive tackle rotation. They currently have Jermaine Haley and Bernard Holsey as their starters, and both are not quite good enough to be effective starters. In fact, they might be the worst defensive tackle duo in the league.
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