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The Redskins didn't solve all their problems, but they at least addressed them by trading for Saints defensive tackle Martin Chase, giving up a seventh-round pick (which becomes a sixth-round pick based on playing time).

Chase is considered a run-stopper--which is good considering he only has one career sack in five seasons. But he's a big, beefy guy who should at least provide depth to a line in need of it. He opened the Saints camp as the starting nose tackle, but quickly was passed by Grady Jackson on the depth chart. He's considered a good, hard-working guy but not someone cut out for starting fulltime. The...

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