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Redskins Need QB, But Not Manning

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The moment has arrived for the Redskins to finally get serious about their starting quarterback. And that means avoiding the temptation of pursuing Peyton Manning.

The Redskins need a foundation for their future. No more chasing fading stars. Draft and develop someone capable of becoming a young one. Signing Manning, who turns 36 in March, missed last season because of a serious neck injury and might never fully regain his arm strength, doesn’t fit that plan.

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