Redskins Bring in More OL Depth
The Redskins have agreed to terms with their third new offensive lineman since free agency started.
Vujnovich was undrafted when signed to the Green Bay Packers in 2014. He's also played with the Colts and Cardinals.
He last played both guard spots for five games in 2018 in Arizona and did not play at all last year.
In 147 snaps in 2018, about two-thirds at left guard, he allowed three sacks ProFootballFocus.com (PFF).
However, in 2017, he started all 16 games for a very good Colts offense with Andrew Luck and played 1,030 snaps allowing six sacks per PFF.
Obviously, Vujnovich is not a lock to make the roster and has to be healthy but with the Redskins losing Ereck Flowers and Brandon Scherff being on the unsigned franchise tender, the Redskins need depth to deal with injuries.
Earlier in free agency, they signed Wes Schweitzer who can play both guard spots and a bit at center, if needed.
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