Redskins cornerback Carlos Rogers may be on his way out of town, but not before taking a swipe at fellow cornerback DeAngelo Hall. Rogers made an appearance with The Sports Junkies on 106.7 The Fan this morning and indicated the he probably won’t re-sign with Washington when he hits the free agency market when a new CBA is finalized.
“I ain’t never discounting the Redskins, but my mindset right now is that it’s time for a change,” Rogers said via the station’s official blogger David Elfin. “I don’t think I’ve been as appreciated as I should be in that organization, not by everybody. I’ve always been the No. 2 corner, but I’m the one they put on a guy they want to shut down.” Rogers went even further when elaborating on his comments with ESPN 980?s Chris Russell, taking a veiled shot at Hall. “I wasn’t the corner that gave up the most TD’s or yards or first downs,” Rogers said, “but I’m the corner that is looked at [as] the 2nd corner, [that] I need to be replaced.” Rogers was given a chance to retract his comments, but declined. “I don’t care. I ain’t say nothing that ain’t true,” he said.