Nov 20, 2011; Landover, MD, USA; Washington Redskins offensive tackle Jammal Brown (77) during the second half against the Dallas Cowboys at FedEX Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-US PRESSWIRE

The Redskins Should Move Past Jammal Brown


When Jammal Brown was traded to the Redskins from the Saints in 2010, it was widely assumed that Mike Shanahan wanted to assemble a veteran team who could make a “Super Bowl” run in his first season as head coach of the Redskins.  Fast forward two seasons, and Jammal Brown has yet to play a full season.

According to Pro Football Talk:

The team announced Wednesday that Brown will not be activated from the physically unable to perform list. This week is the deadline to activate players from the list, so Brown will not play at all for the team this year. Tyler Polumbus will continue in Brown’s place on the right side of the offensive line.

Brown was expected to be a sure fire plug at right tackle but instead he was often injured it will not be enough to justify his value.

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