The Washington Redskins have announced kicker Dustin Hopkins has been re-signed. Hopkins went to IR last year with a hip injury, and was replaced on the roster by Nick Rose. When Hopkins was able to return after missing 8 games, he took his spot back on the roster and Rose was released. Hopkins originally signed with the Redskins in 2015 in Week 2, and played every game until his injury last season. He has made 73 of 87(83.9%) FGs and 93 of 98(94.9%) XPs in his career with Washington.
UPDATE: Contract details released
The #Redskins signed K Dustin Hopkins to a 3-year deal worth $6.875M. He gets a $1,201,072 signing bonus, source said,— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 13, 2018
Dustin Hopkins' deal: $7.57M, $1.201M signing bonus, salaries $798,928, $2.052M, $2.025M $25K per game active 2018— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) March 14, 2018
$31,250 per game active 2019-2020, up to $1M playtime plus playoffs, Pro Bowl escalator 2019, up to $2M base escalator 2020