Any other year, and it would have been the Redskins bidding on Darrelle Revis.
Instead, they’re still working the fringes of the cornerback market, after being outbid on lower-profile players.
The Redskins have now turned their sights to former Chargers mainstay Quentin Jammer, and he’s meeting with team officials tonight, according to Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan.
Jammer, the Chargers’ first-round pick in 2002, has been on the market all spring with no apparent suitors.
The 33-year-old’s a fallback position after Washington’s failed run at Antoine Winfield. With their $18 million in salary cap penalties, the Redskins are shopping like they haven’t in years past, and the 33-year-old Jammer is what they’re reduced to.