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Tampa Bay veteran right tackle Jeremy Trueblood is scheduled to visit the Redskins on Thursday, according to a report by the Sports Xchange out of Tampa. Trueblood was benched early last season and finished the year on injured reserve with a shoulder injury.

Trueblood, 29, was a second-round pick in 2006 when Redskins general manager Bruce Allen held that position with the Buccaneers.

Meanwhile, Tyler Polumbus, the Redskins‘ incumbent starting right tackle, is scheduled to visit the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday.

Meriweather’s new contract reduced his 2013 base salary from $2.9 million to $1.65 million, according to a source. It voids after this season, just as the deal that brought him to Washington last year did.