#Redskin sign OL Casey Dunn, LB Vontae Diggs and WR Darvin Kidsy, waive WR Mikah Holder and C Sean Welsh (designated left squad).— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) May 14, 2018
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I Would Like to Thank The @redskins for the Opportunity to Be a part of Such a Great Organization ! This means the world to my family, my Team, and my school @txsotigers Truly a blessing ! Can’t wait to get to work ! #HTTR pic.twitter.com/mW1atDIY9A— Darvin Kidsy Jr (@Dkidsy3) May 14, 2018
The Redskins made a few bottom of the roster moves following this weekend's rookie mini-camp. The team hosted 46 tryout players along with their 8 draft picks, and 14 UDFAs for three days of evaluation.
One of the team's moves was made for them when Iowa OL Sean Welsh left the team after being signed as a priority UDFA, and announced his retirement from football. WR Mikah Holder was also a college free agent signed by the Redskins after this year's draft. 77% of Hogs Haven readers said it was unlikely the former San Diego State WR would make the roster...they were right.
The Redskins signed center Casey Dunn(Auburn), wide receiver Darvin Kidsy(Texas Southern), and linebacker Vontae Diggs(UConn) today. All three were tryout players this weekend, and showed enough to get the last spots on the Redskins 90-man roster. The Redskins should have plenty of competition for depth at all 3 positions during the offseason.