Charlie, your saying the Redskins, a team who has 4 defensive lineman under contract for next year assuming Hatcher retires and Knighton, Kearse, and Gholston leave, and the same team that ranked 31st in the league in yard per rush allowed, don't have a huge need at D-Line?
Vasquez should be cut, bring back Mathis who would probably love to come back and put him at RG, then put Max Garcia who will have a whole offseason at guard, Peyton gone is a 21 million in cap a space so we can give almost all of it to Von, leaving another 20 with cutting Vasquez to add another 4 million to get up to 20. Then about 7.5 to Brandon Marshall, 7.5 to Brock, and then use the last 5 to try and help replace the guys we lost
Versatile - lines up DT and DE on both sides of ball
Lacks a first step; doesn't fire out of stance
Not the elite athlete he is hyped up as
Lacks serious power at point of attack
Very soft and not physical
Dominated by inferior talent
Not mentally tough
Not as productive as stats would lead you to believe
No pass-rush move outside of spin
Lacks counter moves
Doesn't seem to love the game
Lethargic body language on the field
Summary: At times I will see Dunlap make a nice hustle play, but these moments are few and far between. He'll make a tackle for a loss when he wasn't even blocked, but this doesn't show up statistically. Dunlap is an extremely overrated prospect with very poor intangibles. He could get drafted anywhere from the top 10 (Jamaal Anderson/Derrick Harvey) to the second round (Calais Campbell).
Player Comparison: Jamaal Anderson. Anderson has had a mediocre work ethic and played very sloppy, lazy football for Atlanta. I anticipate the same for Dunlap in the NFL.