The Redskins made roster moves with three injured players, the team announced on Sunday. The team waived/injured RB Silas Redd, who was injured in the first preseason game. He can be placed on IR if he's unclaimed. Tight ends Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul also went down to injury. Both were placed in injured reserve. To help fill the hole the injuries left at tight end, the Redskins signed Ernst Brun.
Redskins tight end Niles Paul has sustained an ankle fracture dislocation and will miss the rest of the season. The injury occurred Thursday night in Cleveland when Paul landed awkwardly making a block. Paul had been established as a starter for Washington after a strong 2014 season.
Redskins starting tight end Niles Paul has been carted off the field after falling awkwardly on a block Thursday night in the preseason opener in Cleveland. The team has announced that he is out for the game with a left ankle injury, which was placed with an air cast. Paul broke through in 2014 with 39 catches for 507 yards and one touchdown.
Redskins starting tight end Niles Paul hurt his shoulder in full-team drills Monday, per ESPN. Paul appeared to be fine at first after speaking with trainers, but returned to the facility with them later. He declined comment on the situation. The team has claimed that Paul is being evaluated. One can only speculate on the severity of the injury. Paul enjoyed easily his finest season in 2014 with 39 catches for 507 yards and one touchdown.
Redskins have re-signed tight end Niles Paul to a three-year deal worth approximately $10 million, per CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reports. Paul, 25, caught 39 passes for 507 yards and one touchdown last season. He has 735 career receiving yards and two scores since joining the league in 2011.
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