Chris Culliver, Redskins agree to four-year deal, according to reports - Washington Times
Culliver started all 14 games he played for the 49ers last season, when he had 45 tackles and four interceptions and broke up 10 other passes. The performance came a year after he missed 2013 with a torn ACL in his left knee.
Redskins Land Culliver, Lose Orakpo
The Washington Redskins have landed another big addition to their first free agent class under Scot McCloughan. The organization has reportedly come to terms with talented Cornerback Chris Culliver on a four-year, 32 million dollar deal.
The former Redskins linebacker will sign a four-year deal with Tennessee, according to multiple reports, becoming Washington's third free agent to sign with another team.
Free agency is a losing game. The nature of paying market value for players in a league where the salary cap is rapidly rising dictates that teams will rarely find value when signing players in the spring.
Brian Orakpo was a good, solid player for Washington. However, heÃ
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