Although the Redskins have not announced their undrafted free agent signings, five of them were listed on the NFL's internal transactions list. Among them:
RB/Trey Williams/Texas A&M
Outlook: Pegged as a sixth or seventh rounder, Williams was bypassed last weekend in Chicago. Listed at 5-7, 195 pounds, Williams is a shifty runner but he could be hampered in the pros by his size. Averaged 6.9 yards per carry and scored seven touchdowns on 81 attempts last season. Also averaged 24.8 yards on kickoff returns—an area of need for the Redskins.
WR/Reggie Bell/San Diego
Outlook: Listed at 6-0, 200-pounds, Bell combined for 170 catches, 2,724 yards and 24 touchdowns in his collegiate career. The speedy California native also returned 24 punts last season, averaging 7.7 yards per.
Outlook: Jones (6-0, 195) had a breakout season in 2013, hauling in 55 balls for 630 yards and a touchdown. In two fewer games last season, he notched 35 receptions for 323 yards and a score. Also has some experience returning punts.
Outlook: Listed at 6-6, 251-pounds, Mahina becomes the tallest tight end on the Redskins’ roster (an inch taller than Logan Paulsen). Mahina recorded a career best 20 catches last season for 244 yards and three touchdowns.
Outlook: Listed at 6-3, 184-pounds on Dubuque’s website, Rutenbeck figures to be the tallest wide receiver on a Redskins’ roster that needs size at the position. (Draft pick Evan Spencer is 6-2; everyone else is 6-0 or smaller). Rutenbeck recorded 66 receptions for 918 yards and 11 touchdowns last season.
Earlier this week, GM Scot McCloughan said the Redskins had signed 13 UDFAs but added that the team would wait until the contracts were finalized before making any announcements. So stay tuned for the list, which could be released by the team later today.