DaJohn Harris

#93DT,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 303
Born:
College: USC
Birth Place: Inglewood, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Former NFL GM thinks Derek Carr's deal ruins Redskins chances at contract with Cousins
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    Former NFL GM thinks Derek Carr's deal ruins Redskins chances at contract with Cousins

    On Thursday, quarterback Derek Carr signed a five-year extension with the Oakland Raiders worth $125 million. Carr's long-term deal has brought up the question of whether or not the same type of deal can get done between the Redskins and their quarterback Kirk Cousins. To give some answers to what's been a looming question for the Redskins since the start of the offseason is former Redskins GM Charley Casserly, a man whose made a living off of making deals.  Friday on the Sports Junkies, Casserly broke down what the Redskins would have to offer Cousins based off of what other QB's have been offered. Spoiler alert, it doesn't look good. "I don't see any way this thing ever gets done," Casserly

  • Redskins depth chart preview: Wide receiver
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    Redskins depth chart preview: Wide receiver

    Over the next few weeks, Rich Tandler will take another position-by-position look at the Redskins’ 2017 depth chart as the team enjoys some R&R ahead of training camp. Some positions are easy to handicap. Others have moving parts and, thus, are more complex.. So who’s in? And who’s in trouble? Up today… Position: Wide receiver On the roster: Terrelle Pryor, Josh Doctson, Jamison Crowder, Maurice Harris, Ryan Grant, Robert Davis, Brian Quick, Kendal Thompson, James Quick, Matt Hazel, Levern Jacobs, Zach Pascal Locks: Pryor, Crowder, Harris, Doctson A year ago, the wide receiver group was being touted as one of the best, if not the best, in the NFL. This year, after the free agency departures of

  • 2017 Outlook: Rob Kelley
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    2017 Outlook: Rob Kelley

    Rob Kelley should be the No. 1 running back for the Redskins this season, but he's going to face competition from rookie Samaje Perine, which lowers the value for Kelley. He's a No. 3 running back coming into the year, and he should only be drafted with a mid-round pick in the majority of leagues. In 2016, as an undrafted rookie free agent from Tulane, Kelley took over as Washington's starter in Week 8 and had four games with double digits in Fantasy points in a standard league in nine outings and two other games with at least seven points. If you project his stats from those nine starts (151 carries for 601 yards and six touchdowns and 11 catches for 81 yards) over 16 games then Kelley would