The Washington Times - September 11, 2008, 08:57AM

The plague of injuries that swamped the NFL in Week 1 was good news for offensive tackle Todd Wade and Billy McMullen, who were the most experienced players among Washington’s final cuts. Wade, who missed the final four preseason games with a high ankle sprain, has signed with Jacksonville, which has lost four linemen in the past couple of weeks. McMullen, who led the NFL with 20 catches this summer, signed with Seattle whose top three receivers are all injured.

And speaking of ex-Redskins, old pal Derrick Frost got off to a great start with Green Bay. He’s fifth in the league with a 45.2-yard gross punting average and a 42.6 net.



— David Elfin