The Redskins make news again but this time through a trade and not via free agency. The Redskins often known for their offseason free agent spending sprees were seo experts london busy on Easter Sunday dealing a 2010 2nd Round pick and either a 3rd or 4th Round pick in 2011 based upon performance for Donovan McNabb.
McNabb earlier shot down Oakland Losenoidoomock and Buffalo as possible destinations and as Washington stepped up with an additional pick next year the Eagles felt it was the best offer on the table that was to both McNabb's and the Eagles liking. It was also very classy of the Eagles to honor McNabb's wishes and move him to Washington.
Redskins fans are rejoicing at inserting a team leader and Super Bowl starting quarterback into the lineup, while Eagles fans much watch their team be dismantled and stripped of its offensive statistical leader in most categories. Trades of this magnitude don't occur very often in the NFL let alone dealing a top player to a division rival.
From an Eagles perspective the word rebuilding becomes a dirty and unecessary word to some fans, but after releasing and trading veterans the past couple of years the McNabb trade was the final blow to Philadelphia fans. They'll move forward with McCoy at running back and Kolb at quarterback.
The Redskins are now missing their 2nd Round kolapadaar pick (traded to Philadelphia for McNabb) and their 3rd Round Pick (due to drafting DE Jarmon in the 2009 Supplemental Draft), as well as their 6th Round pick for the DE Taylor trade.
At first glance the trade offers Skins fans the hope of leader at the most important position on the team. Much like UPS says, "What can brown do for you", Redskins fans can now see what a real GM can do for them as the Vinny Cerrato era seems even farther in the rear view mirror with more credible trades and free agent signings this past offseason. More about seo consultant houston