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Report: Are Redskins seeking to trade Devin Thomas?

Are the Redskins actively trying to trade little-used wide receiver Devin Thomas? The National Football Post reports that the team is shopping the third-year wide receiver.

Thomas' career has been a disappointment; under Mike Shanahan, he's been relegated mostly to special teams.

For more, go to Redskins Insider.

By Cindy Boren  | October 4, 2010; 12:17 PM ET
Categories:  Redskins  
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They have the shortest receiving core in nfl history and now there trading there fastest wr and biggest wr on the team, I swesar and pray that mcnabb dosent sign a extension, redskins havent been relevant none this decade yet they have the oldest team in the nfl(puzzling) Cardinals or Vikings or the deadskins, Adrian peterson Larry Fitzgerald or joey Galloway Mcnabb has better alternatives in free agency.

Posted by: fbelton | October 4, 2010 1:09 PM | Report abuse

Double cov PED using moss and 5'9 armstrong(who should have scored a td on that 57 yrd bomb from mc5 but was too clumsy and trip over his feet ) 40 yr old joey galloway, WTF.

Posted by: fbelton | October 4, 2010 1:13 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: jhorstma | October 4, 2010 4:07 PM | Report abuse

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