According to The Washington Post, the Redskins will host free agent offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood for a visit this weekend.
With Jammal Brown and Tyler Polumbus both not returning next season, the Redskins are in need of a right tackle. While they signed Tom Compton and Tony Pashos already, Pashos is the only one of the two that has even a shot at starting, and that’s not a given.
Trueblood has spent all eight of his seasons in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and held their starting right tackle job until game two last season. Trueblood ultimately suffered a shoulder injury that forced him to miss nine games.
The hunt for offensive line help continues, and hopefully the Redskins will step it up a notch.