The coronavirus pandemic has shut down a great deal of the sports world however, when it comes to the NFL it hasn’t completely stopped the show.
NFL policy prohibits teams from announcing signings and trades before a contract is finalized. So, technically teams aren’t allowed to announce their moves yet.
It does allow teams to pass along media reports and so many teams, including the Redskins have found ways to get creative with announcing their moves.
On Wednesday, the Redskins shared on Twitter that they will be trying something new.
Rather than making official announcements the Redskins have instead tweeted about the reports that have been floating around.
Here are some of the ways the Burgundy and Gold announced their free agent signings.
After two season with the Chiefs Authentic Kendall Fuller Jersey is returning to the Redskins. The cornerback agreed to a four year contract deal worth about $40 million.
It was also reported that the Skins’ have agreed to terms with Wes Schweitzer and they plan to sign on Wednesday.
The former Falcons guard will reportedly get $13.5 million over three years.
After overlapping with Ron Rivera for eight seasons in Carolina, Thomas Davis and Rivera will overlap again. The three-time Pro Bowler is the first major ex-Panthers contributor that Rivera has landed.
As it was expected, according to a report from ESPN, the Redskins have decided to bring back Jon Bostic on a two-year deal worth $6.6 million.
The Skins’ will be the first team to re-sign the veteran linebacker in his six-year career.
Just a day following the Skins’ decision to agree to terms with Authentic Jon Bostic Jersey, they have added Kevin Pierre-Louis, another player that will contribute to the middle of their defense.
To their luck the big news was one hundred percent true.
Pierre-Louis is a 28-year old veteran linebacker who played in 14 games for the Bears in 2019.
According to Ian Rapoport, Pierre-Louis intends to sign with Washington for one year and the deal can be worth up to $3.45 million if he reachers certain playing time incentives.
Reports continued to trickle in.
Former Former and Steelers safety Sean Davis was signed to a one-year deal on Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
Davis, a versatile player can step in for multiple roles whether cornerback or safety. He will return home to the district on a deal reports show of up to $5 million.
The Redskins have reportedly signed running back J.D. McKissic to a two-year deal, however the terms of the contract remain unknown.
After spending the 2019 season with the Detroit Lions, McKissic will join Adrian Peterson, Derrius Guice and Bryce Love.
Linebacker Authentic Nate Orchard Jersey has agreed to return to the Burgundy and Gold on a one-year deal, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.
Prior to Washington’s Week 13 matchup against Carolina Orchard was signed by the Redskins.