We didn’t finish our drives offensively

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This is a tough one because Golston has been a terrific Redskin for a while. But he’ll be 34 in May and is coming off a season-ending hamstring injury in Week 2. Golston is a terrific leader and a sane and inspirational voice in the meeting room, but the Redskins need to get serious about upgrading their front with younger players. Perhaps they could keep him around for the spring, allowing him to show any younger players the right approach. But for the defense to improve, they need to restock the front.

“Jeff is a great gap-scheme, power-scooter guy, and John Benton was the best at the zone-blocking schemes, so having both of those guys should allow us to do both,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said. “When you’re doing both, you want linemen that are aggressive—quick laterals. So that won’t change whether there’s a zone-blocking scheme or a gap scheme. Same guys.”
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Which leads to the expected depth-chart overhaul on the offensive line. Broncos executive vice president of football operations/general manager John Elway is expected to have north of $42 million worth of room against the salary cap for free agency. Team president/CEO Joe Ellis has said the Broncos are prepared to make a substantial investment “back into the team.” And they may have as many as 10 draft picks.

The move might come as somewhat of a surprise to Jennings, who told NJ.com on January 31 that he expected to be back with the team. “I expect to be back,” Jennings said. “And I definitely want to be back. I’ve got one more year on my contract, and I’ve got a lot to prove. I look forward to doing it in New York again.”

He was also pretty critical of the team’s offense after their Wild Card loss to the Packers. “We stalled out. We didn’t finish,” he said via Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com. “We didn’t finish our drives offensively. We did not put up points like we needed to offensively. Quite frankly, I felt like we left our defense hanging in some areas.”

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