The Washington Times - July 14, 2008, 12:21PM

The Redskins have come to terms with their fourth draft choice in five days, sixth-rounder Colt Brennan. The former Hawaii star is favored to beat out Derek Devine, a rookie free agent cut by Seattle last summer, to be the No. 3 quarterback behind starter Jason Campbell and veteran backup Todd Collins.

When Brennan signs his four-year deal, that includes a $96,800 bonus, that will leave only Washington’s top two picks, receiver Devin Thomas and tight end Fred Davis, without contracts. A team source is confident that both Thomas and Davis will be signed before the Redskins open camp on Sunday.