Jammal Brown deal done, if he signs the tender

A league source tells us that the Redskins have worked out a deal with the Saints for left tackle Jammal Brown.

Now, if they can work out a deal with Brown, the deal will be done.

As we mentioned a little bit ago, Brown can’t be traded unless he signs his tender offer.  Per the source, the Redskins currently are negotiating a long-term extension for Brown.  If/when they work it out, he’ll sign the tender, get traded, and sign the extension.

The move will reunite Brown with Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, who drafted Brown out of Oklahoma in 2005.

12 responses to “Jammal Brown deal done, if he signs the tender

  1. OMG Jim Haslett got another job? If Brown likes to do a lot of pass blocking in the second half this will be the place for him.

  2. can you please explain how an offensive lineman is being reunited with a defensive coordinator? rookie blogger

  3. This is a huge upgrade for the Skins. McNabb will be much happier. Even though I don’t like the Skins (Eagles fan), I think they will surprise people. Sleeper pick for the playoffs

  4. # Jammal Brown deal done, if he signs the tender
    # Jammal Brown must sign tender before being traded
    # Report: Jammal Brown dealt to the Redskins
    # Rumors fly of Jammal Brown to the Redskins
    All in a row, too.

  5. # tommyguns says: June 19, 2010 5:28 PM
    There sure is alot of talk about Jammal Brown..Who is Jammal Brown?
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    No one know s for sure. But with all the attention he’s geting, he must be related to Brett Favre.

  6. TX Cheesehead says:
    June 19, 2010 4:35 PM
    can you please explain how an offensive lineman is being reunited with a defensive coordinator? rookie blogger
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    That’s easy. The defensive coordinator was his head coach in New Orleans.

  7. kay bee, i know; other than saying hello in the hallway, they have nothing to do with eachother, its not a reunion.

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