Stephon Heyer had worked at left tackle the previous day."He's big, strong and powerful and plays his gap," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said."I was out there with an arm I could barely move and an ankle I could barely move," he said. Louis when the Rams drafted Carriker in 2007."They didn't want him there," Phillip Daniels said. Louis on Sunday.TV » FOXRadio » 92. “He’s fine,” Mike Shanahan said. 15. LouisWhen » Sunday, 4:05 p.7 & 94.Coach Mike Shanahan also said that Williams’ toe is bothering him more than his knee, which he called a good sign.» Defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth practiced in full for the first time since spraining his ankle Sept. St."He never really panned out," Haslett said.


Up nextRedskins at RamsWhere » Edward Jones Dome, St."If I wasn't that good, he wouldn't have wanted to bring me here," Carriker said."jkeim@washingtonexaminer. St. I knew he was big, but I didn't know he was that powerful. He was a former first-round pick who didn't work out, though many said he was miscast in a 4-3 front."But in St. Still, Moore has not proven he can be durable and the Redskins have done a poor job finding another safety who is more comfortable at free than strong.

"They traded me for a donut and a cup of coffee," he said."And he hopes that's abundantly clear to the Rams, whom he'll face Sunday. But Brown earned two trips to the Pro Bowl with New Orleans playing on the left side. Louis on Sunday.m. Haslett said they thought they could turn him into a pass-rushing tackle. As a rookie he started all 16 games, rarely leaving the game. Hopefully there are no setbacks [Friday]. And now he's in Washington. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said Jammal Brown took snaps at left tackle Thursday. "I didn't know he was that strong. In a 3-4, they move more laterally, holding blocks to free linebackers.He's exactly what the Redskins had hoped for in a 3-4 end, so far at least. It was a great pickup. His return provides more athleticism and range in the secondary.

"When a team doesn't want you, that makes you a little angry.After the trade, Rams general manager Billy Devaney said, "He did the best he could, but it hasn't been a great scheme for him.Redskins notes» Left tackle Trent Williams jogged and then ran on the treadmill Thursday, fueling hopeful that he might be able to practice Friday.The 6-foot-6, 315-pound end is playing the best of Washington's defensive linemen, coming off a game in which he had a tackle for a loss and finished with paper ice cream bowls a half sack and a quarterback hurry.” Also, safety Chris Horton (ankle/groin), receiver Anthony Armstrong (groin) and nose tackle Anthony Bryant (head) did not practice."Reuniting with Haslett let Carriker know he still had worth. If that’s the case, then Williams still might have a chance at playing vs.The official terms of the trade involved Washington and St.But that wasn't a good enough explanation for some.Move to 3-4 scheme helps defensive endASHBURN - The compensation didn't boost his confidence, though in truth that hardly mattered. "He's perfect for what he does here. In that scheme, linemen need to get upfield faster. His second year, he only started nine games and missed one. “We don’t want to keep shuffling guys,” Kyle Shanahan said. Williams appeared to be walking better Thursday after limping noticeably on Wednesday."He also said he got a little bit of a bad rap by the fans. Louis swapping picks in the fifth and seventh rounds.3 FM/730 & 980 AM/Sirius 152Redskins ConfidentialAsk John, 8/24/10Player of noteFS Kareem MooreMoore practiced in full for the second straight day and should be ready to play vs."I've been looking forward to this game since I got here," Carriker said. But, how long can he play and will he start? The Redskins won’t answer either question, but there’s no doubt that Moore would return to the starting lineup when healthy.

What Adam Carriker knew was this: The Redskins had just traded for Donovan McNabb, had a defensive coach he liked and played a scheme many said suited him better. The unofficial term, according to Carriker, was a bit different. If Williams can’t play, the question is how much disruption do the Redskins want on their line? The least amount would occur if Heyer entered at left tackle. "I had played a 4-3 my whole life until all of a sudden I can't play it? That's what the perception was."Ironically, current Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett was in the same position with St. “It didn’t look like there were any setbacks. "They didn't trade me for much, but this was a better situation for me anyway. Louis, Carriker was known by another name: bust. And he’s healthy