With the Redskins' season ending unceremoniously with a loss in San Francisco, thoughts of the 2009 season have already begun.
Cornerback Carlos Rogers believes that he shouldn't be a part of those thoughts.
"I'm not a backup to nobody," Rogers said. "I'm a starter in this league. Everybody knows that. There's a lot of teams that would give their right arm to have me on their team."
"In Cincinnati, I played [just] nine plays," Rogers said. "I'm used to playing 60 to 70 plays. All of a sudden, you're a backup, you're a nickel, you're a third corner. That don't sit well with me. I still haven't had answers to the questions I want to know."
Rogers had a great start to the season as the team's No. 1 corner, but saw his playing time reduced towards the end of the season. That coincided with the Redskins bringing in DeAngelo Hall -- who is also looking at signing a long-term deal with the team -- and the improved health of Shawn Springs.
Rogers plans on meeting with secondary coach Jerry Gray, who is a candidate for the Detroit Lions head coaching job. If Rogers doesn't get the answers he wants from Gray, he could request a trade.
Redskins' Carlos Rogers Wants Out: 'I'm Not a Backup to Nobody' originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Tue, 30 Dec 2008 10:20:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.