The Washington Redskins continue to get their first-year players under contract.
Most recently, a league source tells us that the ‘Skins have agreed to terms with linebacker Perry Riley.
Riley, who’s expected to play inside linebacker in the team’s new 3-4 defense, arrived via the fifth pick in round four. He was the Redskins’ second draft pick in 2010, behind fourth overall selection Trent Williams.
Wiliams is now the team’s only unsigned draft pick. He’ll continue to be unsigned for a while, especially since he recently fired agent Eugene Parker — and can’t hire a new agent until five days after the termination occurred.