Over the weekend, a report emerged that the Redskins and center Will Montgomery had agreed to terms on a four-year deal. On Monday, the Redskins announced the deal.
The release also mentioned the defensive end Darrion Scott (pictured) has re-signed with the team.
Scott, 30, was out of the league for two full seasons after facing disturbing allegations that he had placed a plastic bag over his son’s head. Scott eventually pleaded guilty to child endangerment, and the league suspended him three games.
None of that deterred the Redskins, however; they’ve employed Scott for the past two seasons. Then again, the Redskins were the only team to give in 2011 a workout to cornerback Perrish Cox, who faces a charge that he impregnated a woman who passed out at his apartment.
Coincidentally, Cox’s trial started today. Maybe the Redskins will sign him after he’s convicted.