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Terrance Knighton
Selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the third round (72nd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft… Signed with the Denver Broncos as an unrestricted free agent on March 13, 2013… Signed with the Washington Redskins as an unrestricted free agent on March …

Titans agree with Orakpo, Morgan
Orakpo, who spent his first six seasons with the Washington Redskins, will make about $ 8 million annually, his agent confirmed to ESPN.com’s John Keim. Ben Dogra of Relativity Sports said Orakpo has agreed on a four-year, $ 32 million deal that could …
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Ryan Clark says RGIII is not Jay Gruden’s guy and Redskins want to go in

5 in next month’s NFL draft, former Redskin-turned-ESPN analyst Ryan Clark was asked what that scenario would mean for Robert Griffin III’s future in Washington. “Well, I guess if they draft Mariota, it’s over [for Griffin] in Washington,” Clark said …
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Brandon Browner agrees to terms with Saints, canceling visit with Redskins
For a second straight year, cornerback Brandon Browner hit the free agent market and had a visit set up with the Washington Redskins. But once again, that visit will not happen because Browner has agreed to terms with the first team to host him, and …
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Chris Culliver
NFL debut: 9/11/11 (vs. SEA)… First NFL start: 9/9/12 (at GB)… First INT: 10/9/11 (vs. TB, Josh Freeman)… First FF: 11/19/12 (vs. Devin Hester)… First FR: 12/16/12 (at NE, Shane Vereen)… First FR TD: 9/7/14 (at DAL, DeMarco Murray)… First …

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