Despite being slightly one-sided in later years, on paper, at least, this match-up was one of those fans look forward to each year--a game within the game. But with Samuels's retirement last month, the team is left without a true left tackle on the roster; and the brain trust at Redskins' Park is left to debate the proper course of action to ensure that Ware (and others like him) don't bury their new quarterback in the absence of the six-time Pro Bowl selection Samuels.
One scenario that has surfaced would have the recently-released Flozell Adams filling that role, and thereby, doing battle with his all-everything teammate Ware twice a season.
According to CSNWashington.com, per Sirius Radio, Redskins' GM Bruce Allen said that the team is indeed one of the three--the figure given by Adams's agent Jordan Woy--that have contacted the former Cowboys about his services.
Adams, who was due $7.5 million in 2010, was released by Dallas last Friday, along with FS Ken Hamlin.
No visits have been scheduled as of yet.