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Given the Washington Redskins' history with free agency under owner Daniel Snyder, no move would likely be thought of as radical.
Offering a second chance to highly controversial quarterback Vince Young might well be a walk in the park compared to the last free agent they snared from the Tennessee Titans.
Inserting Young as a starter in the nation's capital does have some upside. Young has proven himself to be a winner more often than not as a starter, and the 'Skins have a glaring need at quarterback.
Young could be keen to show the league he can make it good after the troubles that have marred his once promising-looking career.
On the other hand, the Redskins' new regime has made great efforts to emphasise a new culture in Washington. Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen have placed a premium on an ethic of hard work and accountability.
Young has had many character issues, as well as engaging in plenty of high-profile spats with coaches. After suffering through the sagas of Albert Haynesworth and Donovan McNabb in 2010, the last thing the Redskins need is another disruptive ego certain to raise the ire of Shanahan.
It would be nice to see the Redskins stay low-key and avoid their annual drama.
The limited amount of time available to teams once this year's free agency begins could lead to many radical moves. A year from now, those moves will either look inspired or the franchises who made them will be busy dealing with the consequences.