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Sport Report: Redskins agree to deal with Orlando Scandrick

22:16  19 march  2018
22:16  19 march  2018 Source:   profootballrumors.com

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Orlando Scandrick‘s free agency stay did not last long, and he’ll be seeing his longtime employer twice next season. The Redskins and a the recently released cornerback agreed to terms on Monday, Mike Garafolo of NFL.com tweets.

Washington authorized a two-year deal with Scandrick, whom Dallas cut over the weekend after 10 seasons. The contract carries a max value of $10MM. This comes after Scandrick spent the previous two days visiting the Redskins.

The Redskins also looked into recent Giants cut Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, per John Keim of ESPN.com (on Twitter), but learned that 10-year veteran’s asking price was too high.

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Redskins agreed to a two-year deal with CB Orlando Scandrick worth a max of m, source says. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 19, 2018. Scandrick recently requested his release in Dallas and was granted it after the Cowboys failed to find a trade partner. He has spent the past nine

Redskins agreed to a two-year deal with CB Orlando Scandrick worth a max of m, source says. Another key part of corner Orlando Scandrick 's deal : play-time incentives and escalator clauses. Based on play time in both seasons, Scandrick can earn up to million. in addition, he also

The Cowboys made Scandrick a March cut, which was a long-rumored move. Despite the cornerback already having 10 years of NFL experience, 2018 will only be his age-31 season. He functioned as Dallas’ primary slot corner for many years, and after the Redskins included ascending slot stopper Kendall Fuller in their trade for Alex Smith, Scandrick may be set to fill that role.

A 2008 fifth-round pick, Scandrick played a key role on the past several Cowboys defenses. He started 11 games in 2017. He’ll join a Redskins team that lost Fuller and may well see Bashaud Breeland defect as well. Breeland was set to sign with the Panthers, but a non-football injury scuttled that deal to leave him in free agency for the time being.

With only Josh Norman previously locked in as a key contributor, the Redskins were thin at cornerback. They drafted Fabian Moreau in last year’s third round and could address the position further in the upcoming draft. However, the Cowboys making the decision to cut their longest-tenured defender changed the Redskins’ plans at this position.

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