The loss of Keenan Robinson for the season has the Redskins trying to find a replacement and the former Bronco, Joe Mays, appears to be the guy as reported by Washington Post's, Mark Maske.
Joe Mays was just released by the Broncos after 21 starts over the last three seasons. Mays was originally drafted by the Eagles in the 6th round in 2008 from North Dakota State. He has 153 career tackles, 0 interceptions, and 0.5 sacks.
Mays only played in six games last season after fracturing his left fibula (bone right above the ankle) and going on IR. He has special teams skills, which is an important role the Redskins need to fill with Robinson out.
But, again, any deal between the Redskins and Mays would be modest, and the Redskins know it's possible they will be outbid.— MarkMaske (@MarkMaske) July 28, 2013
Source said Texans prepared to make offer to Mays during visit. Of teams interested, Texans best chance at playing time due to depth issue.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) July 29, 2013