#Redskins have officially signed TE Logan Thomas and S Sean Davis— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) March 23, 2020
And now for TE Logan Thomas' deal:— John Keim (@john_keim) March 27, 2020
$2.25 million signing bonus & total guarantees
$2.535 mil cap hit in 2020
$3.6 mill cap hit in 2021
Logan Thomas (Washington) two years, $6.145M ($2.25M signing bonus), salaries $1.25M, $2.315M, up to $160K roster bonus for games active 2020, maximum $170K in 2021— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) March 27, 2020
A tweet floated around last night showing screenshots from Detroit Lions TE Logan Thomas' wife's instagram account. It showed Thomas scoring a touchdown at FedEx Field last season. She said you'll be seeing that a lot more this season, but with Thomas in a Redskins uniform.
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First off I want to say thank you to the Ford family, Bob Quinn, Coach Matt Patricia, and all my friends and teammates I played with last year. I will miss so many people in that building but it’s on to the next chapter for me. When I was younger I always watched football with my grandfather. There was only one team that was on in our market every week. It was the same team my grandfather grew up listening to on the radio, a team he grew to love at a young age Bc it was his escape to sports. Today was a moment I will never forget. Being able to let him know that I would be coming home to play for his favorite team the next two years! I’m excited to announce that I will be a part of the Washington Redskins. I could not be more pumped to play for Dan Snyder and coach Ron Rivera and believe he is going to lead this team to the top! My family and I are excited and ready for a new opportunity in a new city and I thank God that he continues to provide for us. #redskins #redskinsnation #HTTR #Hail #washingtonredskins @redskins @mrsthomas5
John Keim has confirmed that the Redskins will be signing former Virginia Tech QB Logan Thomas. Terms of the deal haven't been disclosed yet.
Thomas entered the NFL as a QB when the Cardinals drafted him in the 4th round in 2014. He bounced around several teams before signing with the Lions in 2016 and converting to tight end. He didn't get playing time at the position until a year later with the Bill's. He found his way back with the Lions last year where he had his most productive season at TE.
The Redskins have a big need at TE, but this signing doesn't stop them from doing anything else in free agency. Thomas joins Hale Hentges, Jeremy Sprinkle, and Caleb Wilson on a team that just lost Jordan Reed(released) and Vernon Davis(retired).