Redskins re-sign LB Perry Riley
The Redskins have held on to their leading tackler from 2013.
With long-time linebacker London Fletcher most likely to retire, one of the Redskins' offseason needs was to re-sign linebacker Perry Riley. And Washington has done just that.
Washington Redskins (@Redskins) March 11, 2014
Riley, whose deal reportedly will pay him $4 million per season, led the team in 2013 with 153 tackles -- the first time anybody had recorded more tackles than Fletcher since he joined the team in 2007.
Though he wasn't necessarily expected to reach free agency, Riley ranked No. 106 on our CBSSports.com list of free agents.
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