Redskins Sign Springfield, Va. Native Mike Caussin
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – The Washington Redskins have signed former Bills tight end Mike Caussin, while releasing long snapper Kyle Nelson in a corresponding roster move.
Caussin, 27, is a Springfield, Va. native who attended West Springfield High School and later James Madison University.
He’s spent the past two seasons with on Injured Reserve for the Bills, having suffered a torn ACL and hip injury in consecutive seasons.
Undrafted in 2010, Caussin caught 5 passes for 41 yards in his only healthy season his rookie year.
Caussin joins Logan Paulsen, Jordan Reed, Niles Paul and Ted Bolser in the Redskins tight end corp.
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