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Name: Nick Barnett 
College: Oregon State     Number: 42
Height: 6-2   Weight: 236
Position: OLB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2003

40 Low: 4.59
   40 Time: 4.69
  40 High: 4.80
Projected Round: 1-2  Stock:    
Rated number 2 out of 29 OLB's      / 650 TOTAL
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6015
Weight: 236
40 Yrd Dash: 4.69
20 Yrd Dash: 2.75
10 Yrd Dash: 1.65
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 32
Vertical Jump: 34 1/2
Broad Jump: 10'03"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.08
3-Cone Drill: 7.00

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Weight: 236
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 Draft Scout Nick Barnett News
12/25/13 - -- ILB Nick Barnett was placed on injured reserve with the left knee he sprained in last Sunday's 24-23 loss to Dallas. Rookie ILB Will Compton was promoted from the practice squad to replace him.
12/23/13 - -- ILB Nick Barnett suffered a partial tear to his the MCL in his left knee. He'll won't need surgery, but he'll go on injured reserve. Undrafted rookie LB Will Compton will be promoted from the practice squad to take his spot.
08/22/13 - LB Nick Barnett, who missed the first two preseason games after signing with Washington on Aug. 1, is expected to make his Redskins debut against the Bills for whom he played the past two seasons.
08/01/13 - LB Nick Barnett signed a one-year deal with the Washington Redskins on Thursday. Barnett fills a void created when Keenan Robinson was sidelined with a torn pectoral muscle. Robinson is expected to miss the entire 2013 season, but hasn't been placed on injured reserve. Barnett has 139 career starters with the Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills. He spent the past two seasons in Buffalo, but was released in February. Barnett was brought in for a workout after Joe Mays visited with the Redskins but chose to sign with the Houston Texans. The Redskins' staff is familiar with Barnett, who played for linebackers coach Bob Slowik when both were in Green Bay. "Hopefully, my goal is to get on the field somehow and some way," said Barnett. "So with this team up and coming the way that they played last year, I wanted to be a part of a successful team. It was a couple of teams I talked to earlier in this free agency, but just not the right fit. I don't want no more 6-10 seasons. I want to go to a winning team." Barnett, 32, said he has knee surgery after last season. He didn't have any torn ligaments, but had "some good stuff done to it" in an attempt to get as healthy as possible with the goal to play a few more years. He said he's still getting into football shape, but has no medical stipulations as to when he can return to the field. A starter throughout his career, Barnett will initially vie for a roster spot and playing time in the linebacker rotation. "I'm here to help any way that I can, whether it's a starter or whether it's coming off the bench and playing," he said. "I think you can be effective and a good player - you don't have to start games to be that. full head of I've always thought that - even though I've started every game that I've played - I've always thought that you can come off of the bench and be just as big an impact as well. So whatever happens, I'm going into this game to try to get on the field and start."
07/30/13 - LB Nick Barnett had a workout with the Washington Redskins on Tuesday. The Redskins have been working out veterans since Keenan Robinson was injured last week, and lost out on Joe Mays, who signed with Houston on Monday. "Sounded like it was a pretty good workout," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said of Barnett, who played for Buffalo the past two years. "What you do is look at a lot of film and you do your homework on him. Find out what he's done and all the places where he's been and see if he fits into your program. We have a couple coaches that know him well and that's one of the reasons why we brought him in."
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