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The Washington Redskins have turned to a familiar name associated with a notorious blunder as they try to fill the biggest hole on their roster.
Signed as training camp began in 2004 after being let go by the New York Giants, safety Ryan Clark found a home in Washington. By Week 6, Clark was starting on a defense that would rank in the top 10 during both of his seasons. The Redskins were 14-12 with Clark in the lineup (including their only playoff victory since 1999), 3-5 when he wasn't.