The Redskins have made a couple of moves involving grizzled veterans, signing one and cutting one.
In is safety Tyrone Carter; out is linebacker Chris Draft.
Draft signed with the Redskins in May. Carter has played with the Steelers since 2004, winning two Super Bowl titles. He started 12 games in 2009, the most ever started in any year during his entire career.
The Redskins also made official the arrival of fullback Carey Davis, a veteran who joined the league in 2004.