Redskins 2014 Free Agency Tracker
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UPDATED: Thursday, March, 13, 2014 at 5:56 PM
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) - Here’s a list of news and rumors regarding the Redskins, and players they’re targeting, as the 2014 NFL free agency period unfolds.
Free agency officially began at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, signaling the start of the new league year.
To be updated frequently:
- TE Owen Daniels to visit Redskins on Friday, via Mike Jones.
- Redskins to release 31-year-old center Will Montgomery, Sky Kerstein reports.
- Redskins say new deal with Reed Doughty is a “work in progress,” according to Mike Jones.
- OT Bruce Campbell has not actually signed with Skins, Mike Jones reports, noting he agreed to terms, his contract was on record with the NFLPA, but problems with his physical caused a snag. Deal was reportedly one-year, $645K.
- Redskins met with ex-Cowboys DL Anthony Spencer on Thursday.
- Safety Ryan Clark met with the Skins on Thursday.
- “As strange as it sounds, Carlos Rogers is the most likely to end up in Washington by the end of the day,” Michael Phillips, Richmond Times-Dispatch
- Antonio Smith to meet with Raiders Friday, Rams Saturday, after meeting with Redskins on Wednesday.
- Ex-Cowboys defensive lineman Jason Hatcher to sign 4-year, $27.5 million deal with Redskins.
- Redskins agree to terms with ex-Raiders corner Tracy Porter.
- Redskins sign ex-Texans linebacker Darryl Sharpton.
- Redskins sign 29-year-old linebacker Adam Hayward, the team announced.
- Redskins sign guard Shawn Lauvao for 4 years, $17 million ($5M signing bonus), according to Boyer.
- Skins sign 6-foot-8 defensive tackle Clifton Geathers on Thursday.
- Redskins re-sign linebacker Perry Riley.
- The Redskins re-signed 34-year-old receiver Santana Moss to a one-year deal.
- Andre Roberts signs contract with Skins.
Targets They Missed Out On:
- Seahawks corners Walter Thurmond, Brandon Browner no longer to visit Redskins, via Chris Russell.
- CB Captain Munnerlyn signs three-year deal with Vikings, via Ian Rapoport. Redskins had interest..
- Safety Jairus Byrd, who was on the Redskins radar, signed a six-year deal with the Saints, the team confirmed.
- Corey Graham agreed to a 4yr, $16-million deal with the Bills, Adam Caplan says.
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