admin / June 2, 2018
Washington signs three college free agents
Washington announced the signings of three college free agents, getting center Casey Dunn, linebacker Vontae Diggs and receiver Darvin Kidsy under contract. The team waived receiver Mikah Holder and center Sean Welsh in corresponding moves.
Washington designated Welsh as leaving the team. He announced last week he was retiring from football.
Diggs made 183 tackles and 11.5 tackles for loss in his 36-game career at Connecticut.
Dunn graduated from Jacksonville State and transferred to Auburn, where he made nine starts at center last season.
Kidsy played 47 games in his college career at North Texas and Texas Southern. He had 512 receiving yards and three touchdowns last season at Texas Southern and added a long punt return of 61 yards. Kidsy also received a tryout at the Browns’ rookie minicamp.
While they’re bigger contenders than the Lions, the Green Bay Packers look as though they’ve become frustrated from winning just a handful of playoff games in the seven seasons that have elapsed since they captured Super Bowl XLV.
Scott played four seasons at Kansas State, seeing action in 31 career games. He served as the team’s primary long snapper in each of the final 26 games of his collegiate career and made four special teams tackles.
Most everything. Hitting into a double play was no fun, but going 1 for 2 with a double and two walks as the Yankees’ designated hitter in an 8-3 Yankees win over the Kansas City Royals made for a long-time-coming, satisfying work day.
And watching the Yankees show off their power with a five-homer game was the cherry on top.
As a result, a team that is usually prudent and conservative has committed some bold moves this offseason. New general manager, new coordinators on both sides of the ball, and even a new mentality on the open market.