The Washington Redskins signed CB Orlando Scandrick to a two-year deal worth up to $10m, per Mike Garafolo (NFL insider).
Redskins agreed to a two-year deal with CB Orlando Scandrick worth a max of $10m, source says
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 19, 2018
The 31-year old cornerback was a former fifth-round pick by the Cowboys in 2008. He spent all 10 years in Dallas, where he caught eight interceptions along with 406 tackles in 69 starts.
Scandrick has had some setbacks in his career after suffering a torn ACL and MCL in 2015, along with a injuring his hand and back in 2017.
Scandrick is capable of playing on the outside, but will most likely be used in the slot to fill Kendall Fuller’s role. The Redskins needed to make some improvements in their secondary after losing Fuller and Bashaud Breeland this offseason. The veteran CB is a great addition and will fit well in the Redskins secondary.