Orlando Pace is a 7-time Pro Bowl left tackle who’ll be a serious Hall of Fame candidate, but Washington executive vice president Vinny Cerrato just told me this morning the Redskins have no interest in the 33-year-old, who was cut by the Rams on Tuesday. Pace missed 25 of 48 games with injuries the past three seasons. Washington still has depth issues along the line, but Pace won’t be an answer there.
Cerrato also said that neither safety Reed Doughty (story here) nor linebacker Alfred Fincher, who both agreed on Tuesday to return to the Redskins, received signing bonuses. And the Redskins have no free agent visitors today.