After an extremely busy Thursday that saw the Washington Redskins agree to terms with four different, the Redskins are back at today with scheduled visits for veteran tight end Owen Daniels and cornerback Brandon Browner, who had reportedly signed with the New England Patriots. Daniels, whose had an up and down career with the Houston Texans, would be a valuable asset to the Washington Redskins offense especially second-year tight end Jordan Reed, who can learn from the former pro-bowler.
On the other hand, Browner is an important prospect for the Redskins secondary that hasn’t seen as many additions as fans would have liked. Despite being suspended for the first four games, the former Seattle Seahawk has garner attention from several teams and is supposedly in contract talks with four different teams according to his agent.
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Also, Washington released center William Montgomery after six seasons with the team. He started and played in sixteen games and should be another piece the Redskins will need to address in either free agency or the NFL Draft. For all up-to-date news on the Washington Redskins continued acquisitions during free agency remember to tune in to Alloverthehill.ocm