Vujnovich agreed to a contract Wednesday with Washington, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
Vujnovich spent the last two seasons bouncing on and off Arizona's roster as a reserve lineman, but he did start all 16 regular-season games at left guard with the Colts in 2017. The 29-year-old will now get a shot to compete for a role in Washington.
Vujnovich was released by Arizona on Saturday.
This is the second time the team has cut Vujnovich, as he spent Week 1 as a free agent before re-joining the team Sep. 9. The 29-year-old was let go Saturday so that the team could promote tight end Darrell Daniels to the 53-man roster, the same transactions that took place prior to Week 1.
Vujnovich was re-signed by the Cardinals on Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Vujnovich was cut by the Cardinals over the weekend but will rejoin the team after spending Week 1 as a free agent. The 29-year-old should fill a depth role on the offensive line for the Cardinals.
Vujnovich was cut by the Cardinals on Sunday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
Vujnovich was competing for a depth role in Arizona, but he's now been cut to make room for tight end Darrell Daniels on the 53-man roster. The 28-year-old guard will search for a depth role with another club.
Vujnovich (illness) passed a physical and was removed from Arizona's non-football injury list Tuesday, per the league's transaction page.
Now healthy, Vujnovich will resume competing for a roster spot. The 28-year-old suited up for five games with the Cardinals last season before landing on injured reserve with a hamstring injury.
Vujnovich was placed on the Cardinal's Non-Football Illness list Wednesday, per the NFL transactions page.
It's unclear exactly how serious the illness is, but it appears Vujnovich will miss at least the start of training camp. The issue comes at a bad time for the 28-year-old journeyman, who enters a crowded competition for a roster spot this fall.
Vujnovich signed his exclusive rights tender from the Cardinals on Monday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
After being claimed off waivers, Vujnovich played five games with the Cardinals last season before landing on season-ending injured reserve due to a hamstring injury. The 28-year-old offensive lineman enters a crowded competition for a roster spot in the fall.
Vujnovich (hamstring) was offered an extended tender from the Cardinals on Saturday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Vujnovich appeared in five games for the Cardinals after being claimed off waivers before ultimately ending the season on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury. It remains to be seen if he will accept the team's offer or look for a new destination.
Vujnovich (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve by the Cardinals on Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
Vujnovich was able to suit up in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, but he has been battling hamstring issues all season. The 28-year-old offensive lineman had seen snaps in only four games this season and was finally placed on IR on Thursday. The Cardinals re-signed their 2017 fifth-round pick Will Holden to replace Vujnovich.
Vujnovich (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game versus the Chiefs, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Since Mike Iupati (back) is inactive, Vujnovich is expected to start at left guard.
Vujnovich (hamstring) will not play Sunday against the 49ers, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Vujnovich will miss his second consecutive game since injuring his hamstring in Week 6 against the Vikings. The 28-year-old is one of three offensive lineman on the Cardinals' injury report, joining Mike Iupati (back) and Justin Pugh (hand).
Vujnovich (hamstring) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Broncos, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Vujnovich was forced out of the Cardinals' Week 6 loss to the Vikings with the hamstring injury and won't be able to rally in time to return to the field on a short week. Fellow guard Mike Iupati (back) has also been ruled out for Week 7 and Justin Pugh (hand) is listed as questionable, so the Cardinals will enter the game quite shorthanded along the offensive line.
Vujnovich exited Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Vikings with a hamstring injury, Shane Dale of ABC15.com reports.
The Cardinals' offensive line suffered multiple injuries Sunday, with Mike Iupati (back) and Justin Pugh (hand) also getting banged up. That's never a good thing for their rookie quarterback, Josh Rosen.
The Colts activated Vujnovich (calf) from the PUP list Friday, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 News Indianapolis reports.
Despite starting 16 games last season for the Colts, Vujnovich will need to battle for a roster spot in training camp this season. Now healthy, he will rejoin the team at practice for the first time Friday and should be ready for the start of the Colts' preseason contests.
Vujnovich has been placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list due to a calf injury, the Colts' official site reports. "He had a pretty good pull on that calf, and that just takes time to get back from," general manager Chris Ballard noted.
Vujnovich has not participated in the team's offseason workout program, so it's not too surprising that he'll have a delayed start to training camp. While he was the only player besides LT Anthony Castonzo to log 100 percent of the Colts' offensive snaps last season, Vujnovich figures to slide back to a reserve role after the team remade its offensive line during the offseason. He can return to the field and the active roster at any point during the preseason.
Vujnovich signed his restricted free-agent tender Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.
Vujnovich started all 16 games at left guard for the Colts in 2017. However, it isn't clear if he'll retain that role given the team's re-signing of Jack Mewhort and the offseason addition of Matt Slauson.
Vujnovich was promoted to the Colts' 53-man roster Thursday, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
The Colts are dealing with various injuries on the offensive line this week, so Vujnovich will be brought up to provide some depth and insurance at the position.
The Packers announced their entire 10-man practice squad: safety Chris Banjo, receivers Kevin Dorsey, Myles White and Alex Gillett, center Garth Gerhart, running back Michael Hill, linebacker Adrian Hubbard, tight end Justin Perillo, defensive end Luther Robinson and offensive tackle Jeremy Vujnovich.