Chris Baker DL WAS 6 Months1 Comment
Baker will not receive a suspension for his hit on Eagles quarterback Nick Foles in Sunday's loss, Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports.
The league office determined that although Baker's hit might have looked like an apparent cheap shot, it wasn't illegal by the letter of the law, as the defensive lineman avoided Foles' head and didn't lead with his helmet. Baker will be cleared to start Thursday's showdown with the Giants, assuming the ankle injury he sustained over the weekend doesn't prove too uncomfortable during practices.
Chris Baker DL WAS 10 Months
Chris Baker has been lining up as the Redskins' starting left end at OTAs.
Baker started the final three games at left end last season and signed a new three-year, $9 million deal in February. Barry Cofield and Jason Hatcher are locked in at nose tackle and right end, respectively. Baker will face some competition from Jarvis Jenkins and veteran Stephen Bowen. Baker turns 27 in October.
Chris Baker DL WAS Dec 08 '79
Redskins re-signed DL Chris Baker to a three-year, $12 million contract.
According to ESPN 980 Washington's Chris Russell, the deal includes $4 million guaranteed. Baker moved all over the defensive line last season before starting the final three games at left end. Going on 27, Baker played 418 snaps, notching 28 tackles and one sack. He's expected to open 2014 as a starting end. It's about as good of a deal as Baker could have hoped for.
Chris Baker DL WAS Nov 16 '79
CSN Washington reports the Redskins and free agent LE Chris Baker have opened contract talks.
Baker played last season on a one-year, $1,323 million deal. He played a total of 418 snaps and started the final three games at left end after moving along the entire defensive front for much of the season. DC Jim Haslett mentioned Baker as a priority to re-sign, though he won't command a ton of money.
Chris Baker DL WAS Jan 19 '79
Redskins re-signed NT Chris Baker to a one-year, $1.32 million contract.
Baker, 25, appeared in 14 games last season serving as backup to starting nose tackle Barry Cofield. He recorded 15 tackles and a pass deflection. The 6-foot-2, 333-pound defensive lineman also saw time as a backup defensive end and on special teams.
Chris Baker DL WAS Dec 20 '78
Redskins extended restricted free agent NT Chris Baker the original-pick tender.
It's a little surprising Baker was tendered at all. The Redskins are now scheduled to pay him $1.323 million after 25-year-old Baker played under 220 defensive snaps last season. They must not be in love with Chris Neild.
Chris Baker DL WAS Sep 22 '77
Redskins placed NT Chris Baker (quad) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Baker just got the call from the practice squad last week, but couldn't even play against the Patriots. The undersized nose tackle is running out p-squad eligibility.
Chris Baker DL WAS Sep 16 '77
Redskins signed NT Chris Baker from their practice squad.
This Chris Baker spent time with the Broncos and Dolphins after going undrafted out of Hampton as opposed to the former Jets, Seahawks, and Patriots tight end of the same name. Baker will back up Barry Cofield and Chris Neild in Washington.
Chris Baker DL WAS Sep 16 '77
Redskins signed TE Chris Baker, formerly of the Seahawks.
Baker had been a blocking specialist the past two seasons with New England and Seattle. His receiving skills are superior to those of Logan Paulsen, but he's been out of the league all season. We're not expecting a fantasy impact from either of the Redskins tight ends. Hold off even in deeper leagues.
Chris Baker DL WAS May 11 '77
Dolphins waived/failed physical NT Chris Baker.
It's not hard to imagine that the (usually) 330-pound Baker showed up to camp out of shape. Baker appeared for just seven snaps on defense last season.