Seven More Undrafted Free Agents Sign With Redskins
Three offensive linemen, two linebackers, a receiver and a tight end signed contracts with the Redskins, who have now agreed to terms with 12 undrafted free agents entering rookie minicamp.
BY ZAC BOYER
The Redskins announced Thursday they have signed seven more undrafted players, including three offensive linemen, after having announced the signings of seven players the day before.
Houston right guard Jacolby Ashworth, Florida right tackle Xavier Nixon and Troy center Kyle Wilborn all agreed to the standard three-year undrafted rookie contracts. Washington also brought in a pair of inside linebackers – Nebraska’s Will Compton and Appalachian State’s Jeremy Kimbrough – as well as TCU receiver Skye Dawson and Georgia State tight end Emmanuel Ogbuehi.
They agreed to contracts with Troy receiver Chip Reeves, New Haven receiver Jason Thompson and UConn receiver Nick Williams, as well as Utah center Tevita Stevens and Alabama-Birmingham inside linebacker Marvin Burdette, earlier in the week.
All 12 players will join roughly 40 others in the Redskins’ rookie minicamp, which begins on Friday.