After recently signing Tracy Porter, the busy day continues for the Washington Redskins as they agreed to terms of a contract with former Houston Texans inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton. The 26-year old has played just four seasons in the League all with the Houston Texans. Despite lingering injuries during his first three seasons, Sharpton put it together in 2013 recording 86 tackles over the course of 15 games.
The University of Miami product will fit nicely in Jim Haslett’s scheme, whether it’s starting or providing depth Sharpton will be a nice fit for the Burgundy and Gold.
The terms of the deal remain undisclosed as Pro Football Talk broke the deal just moments ago. Sharpton is just the second of many moves expected to be made today as Washington’s wait and see approach has paid off freeing up cash for more role players needed to bolster a thin roster. Welcome Darryl Sharpton to the Washington Redskins