Defensive end Leonard Little hasn’t decided yet if he’ll play in 2010. If he does, Little won’t struggle to find a job offer as an unrestricted free agent.
Brian Stull of ESPN 101 in St. Louis reports that Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett has “let it be known” he believes Little could still be very productive if used correctly.
Little has played his entire career in St. Louis, but he’s familiar with Haslett’s system after playing under him from 2006-2008. It’s a logical fit. Washington needs pass rushers, has money, and Mike Shanahan hasn’t shied away from picking up veteran free agents in the past.
The Rams have also let Little know they would like to keep him if he chooses to play in 2010. It sounds like he’ll also have the option to play elsewhere.