The Redskins secondary is thin. So they've decided to bring in former Colt CB Greg Toler. Toler (31, 6', 190 lbs.) is a DC native who was drafted in the fourth round by the Cardinals back in '09. He was with new Redskin OLB Coach Greg Manusky in Indianapolis as a starter for the past three seasons (Manusky was the DC there).
The 'Skins obviously need more help in the secondary with Chris Culliver and Kyshoen Jarrett recovering from serious injury. They did re-sign Will Blackmon, but he could be playing more S than CB this coming season... The draft is only about two weeks away and the team could (and almost certainly will) also look for more secondary help then.
Free agent CB Greg Toler is visiting with the #Redskins today, source said. The LB coach is his former DC at Indy, Greg Manusky— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 13, 2016
CB Greg Toler agreed to 1-year deal with the #Redskins, source said— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 13, 2016
Greg Toler one year deal is for $840K, $760K salary, $80K bonus— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 15, 2016