Kemoeatu Thinks He will Be with the Skins in 2011

Pro Football Weekly reports that Redskins D-linemen Ma’ake Kemoeatu feels like he will be back with the Skins in 2011.

A key target position appears to be nose tackle, which wasn’t a productive spot last season. Once it was clear Albert Haynesworth wasn’t a good fit there, the opportunity turned to Ma’ake Kemoeatu, who also struggled coming back from an Achilles tear the year prior. It turned out that journeyman Anthony Bryant was the team’s best option there, although he was only slightly better than average.

There had been rumors than when the team recently released RB Clinton Portis, others — including Kemoeatu — might be following shortly thereafter in the unemployment line.

PFW spoke with Kemoeatu recently at the Ed Block Courage Awards last week and asked him about his future with the team.

“I have one more year left on my deal,” Kemoeatu told PFW. “I expect to be back next season.”

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