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Redskins agree to terms with 13 undrafted free agents

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The Redskins this afternoon announced that they’ve agreed to terms with 13 rookie free agents. Once they sign, the players are expected to be at minicamp this weekend in Ashburn.

The two most notable players we learned about last night: Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel and Maryland center Edwin Williams. The Redskins also signed another Maryland lineman, Scott Burley, who started six games at left tackle and another six at right tackle for the Terps last season.

Jaison Williams is a big receiver — 6-5, 242 pounds — from Oregon, but his production fell of dramatically last season after two strong years as a sophomore and junior.

Doug Dutch, 5-11 and 204 pounds, is a local kid from Bowie who played at Gonzaga; he was DC’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior in 2004. At Michigan he switched from receiver to cornerback before the 2007 season, but spent most of his final year on special teams.

Here’s the complete list:

OFFENSE

Scott Burley, OL, Maryland
Edwin Williams, C, Maryland
Chase Daniel, QB, Missouri
Robbie Agnone, TE, Delaware
Devin Frischknecht, TE, Washington State
John Halman, WR, Concordia
Jaison Williams, WR, Oregon

DEFENSE

Antonio Dixon, DT, Miami (FL)
Brigham Harwell, DT, UCLA
Derek Walker, DE, Illinois
Ronnie Palmer, LB, Arizona
Doug Dutch, CB, Michigan
Lendy Holmes, S, Oklahoma

- John Taylor

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