Jake Fisher was a 2nd round pick by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015. He hasn't lived up to his draft status and has largely been backup level during his time in the NFL. He has bounced from left tackle to right tackle to halfback to center. He has also dealt with injuries that have kept him off the field, including a back injury that ended his season last year.
Former Bengals offensive tackle Jake Fisher will work out for the Redskins on Thursday— as a tight end per source. Second round pick in 2015; has played some blocking TE roles. Down to 285 pounds per @ProFootballTalk. Working on routes/hands.— John Keim (@john_keim) March 20, 2019
The Redskins have three TEs that will likely be on the roster this year in Jordan Reed, Vernon Davis, and Jeremy Sprinkle. That could easily change, but Fisher doesn't seem to have a role there unless he's taking the old Tom Compton spot. The Redskins are still looking for depth on the OL and a starting LG. Fisher has experience at multiple positions, but is he worth more than a vet min flyer at this point?