The Redskins have re-signed their first free agent of the offseason, and have brought back Long Snapper Nick Sundberg. The new deal will keep him in Washington for another 4 years. Sundberg has been with the Redskins since 2010. He missed two games last season with a back injury, but has been a solid player in the Redskins special teams unit and has appeared in 91 games. The Redskins will go into the 2017 season with two of the three members of their kicking unit signed long term. Tress Way signed his extension last season, and is locked up through 2020. Only kicker Dustin Hopkins, who struggled this season, will be a free agent after the upcoming season.
Redskins re-sign Long Snapper Nick Sundberg
First re-signing of the offseason