This morning, we reported the first five undrafted free agents signed by the Redskins. You can read that post here. Here are the next six, with a couple more to come tomorrow:
Outlook: Listed at 6-5, 299-pounds, Crawford recorded 27 tackles, including seven for loss, nine quarterback pressures and two sacks last season. Started opposite first rounder Vic Beasley (Falcons) the last two seasons.
QB/Connor Halliday/Washington State
Outlook: In four seasons, Halliday (6-3, 204) passed for 11,308 yards, 90 touchdowns and 50 interceptions. Also tossed a nation-leading 714 passes in 2013. Redskins GM Scot McCloughan attended his private workout and hosted Halliday at Redskins Park.
Outlook: Listed at 6-5, 303-pounds, Cook started 13 games at right tackle last season and recorded more than 40 knockdowns. It’s possible he’ll be asked to play right guard in the pros—a position he also in college.
Outlook: In four seasons, Davis recorded 37.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks and forced 5 fumbles. He’s listed at 6-2, 227 and is versatile enough to line up at a number of positions, including strong safety.
LB/Terrance Plummer/Central Florida
Outlook: Recorded a team-leading 99 tackles, including a career-high 13 for loss, 4 sacks, 6 passes defended and 2 forced fumbles last season. Listed at 5-11, 231, Plummer was a unit captain and a first team all-conference (American) selection.
Outlook: Connected on 59 of 77 field goal attempts (76.6 percent) in college, Long (6-2, 205-pounds) figures to provide some competition for incumbent kicker Kai Forbath. Long also recorded 39 touchbacks on 76 kickoffs.
Two more UDFAs should be announced tomorrow, which will bring the total to 13—the number McCloughan mentioned on Monday.
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