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The Washington Football Team is continuing to build its 90-man roster. And on Monday, the team announced that they had added two new players to their squad.
According to the team’s official Twitter account, they have signed veteran defensive tackle Gabe Wright and offensive lineman Najee Toran.
Neither Wright nor Toran is a big name, White Gabe Wright Jersey, but both will provide some solid depth for the team.
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About Washington Football Team signees Gabe Wright and Najee Toran
Wright was a former fourth-round pick of the Detroit Lions during the 2015 season but has spent the last few years in and out of the league. During his career, Wright posted 12 total tackles and didn’t log a sack.
At 29, it’s unlikely that Wright will crack a depth chart filled with young talent, but Wright was a former fourth-round pick for a reason. And he had 1.5 sacks in minimal action during his time in the XFL. So, why not bring him Signed Gabe Wright Jersey,
on board to see if Sam Mills III can get the most out of him and turn him into a rotational player?
As for Toran, the 25-year-old went undrafted out of UCLA in 2018 and landed with the 49ers. He spent two years there and two years with the Patriots but was unable to crack the roster. He actually opted out of the 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic and got waived in May after the Patriots added more offensive line depth to their team.
Toran has a 6-foot-2, 305-pound frame. He will provide competition at the guard and center spot. Like Wright, it will probably be hard for him to crack the team, but evidently, the team liked something about him — Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic, or they at least wanted to give him a trial run to see if he can provide value as a backup or practice squader.
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At this point in the offseason, few moves are that impactful. These are just about cycling through depth to see if the team can unearth a gem. So, there’s nothing wrong with the Washington Football Team’s approach in these signings.