Tyvon Branch will head to D.C. tomorrow after Colts visit

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For a guy who has played five games the last two years, there’s suddenly a market for Tyvon Branch.

Of course, it’s worth noting it’s two teams who haven’t exactly gotten the hang of the whole “free agency” thing.

According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, Branch will head to Washington after today’s scheduled trip to see the Colts.

He should totally just visit the Jets while he’s on the East Coast, just to take care of the “I can replace LaRon Landry” trifecta.

While Washington’s had more high-profile free agent busts the last decade or so, the Colts have made some dubious transactions of their own, stacking up some bad contracts around the really good one they have for quarterback Andrew Luck.

19 responses to “Tyvon Branch will head to D.C. tomorrow after Colts visit

  1. ‘He should totally just visit the Jets while he’s on the East Coast’

    Totally.

  2. He can’t sign until he talks to the Eagles. They have first dibs on all free agents.

  3. I’m pretty sure the only major bust has been Trent Richardson in free agency signings.

  4. It’s a need for our Redskins but please don’t overpay. Leave that to the Indianapolis team please.

  5. I would think the Bills would be a good place to look as well given the new scheme and coach.

  6. floratiotime says:
    Mar 4, 2015 1:40 PM
    He can’t sign until he talks to the Eagles. They have first dibs on all free agents.

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    Come on dude, he played at UCONN not Oregon.

  7. It is unfair to pin the past crimes in Washington on the new regime. I think it would be prudent to let the drunk Washington GM have a chance to fail on his own before unprofessionally slamming his work product he has not touched.

    I am a Redskin fan and have absolutely no love for the idiots who drafted Ginger Rogers Griffin. But I am willing to allow the drunk to fail on his own rather than to pin someone else’s tail on his keister laying face first on his office floor.

  8. This seems like an unfair dig at both the Redskins and the Colts. The “five healthy games in two years” is a plus not a minus, it lowers his value to near-veteran minimum. If he can produce anywhere near his old level for that kind of money, the signing would be a huge success. Whatever team is involved, it’s hard to fault a low-risk/high-yield signing.

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