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Redskins Sign Punter, Second Fullback As Practice Squad Contracts Expire


The Redskins have signed Zac Atterberry to compete with current punter Ryan Plackemeier this offseason.

The team also signed it’s second fullback of the offseason to compete for a reserve role behind Pro Bowler Mike Sellers, who was the only active fullback on the roster in 2008.

Fullback Jonathan Evans joins the team as an unrestricted free agent. His last NFL stop was with the Buffalo Bills.

The team also signed offensive lineman Isaiah Ross after his practice squad contract with the team expired.

Those whose practice squad contracts have expired (who have not yet been re-signed) are as follows: WR Horace Gant, LB Brandon Archer, LB Johnny Baldwin (who finished the 2008 season on injured reserve), CB Byron Westbrook, and FB Nehemiah Broughton.

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Redskins Lose Crummey To Bengals, Fill Void


The Cincinnati Bengals signed offensive lineman Andrew Crummey from the Redskins practice squad.

Crummey, who was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Maryland, is now on the Bengals active roster.

The Redskins filled the void by signing guard Isaiah Ross to the practice squad.

Ross, entered the NFL in 2004 as an undrafted free agent with the San Diego Chargers.

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