At a time when the Redskins are $18 million lighter in the salary-cap wallet and otherwise preoccupied with wooing Robert Griffin III (and praying that Colts owner Jim Irsay doesn’t draft him), G.M. Bruce Allen and company are still taking care of other business.
The team announced on Tuesday afternoon that cornerback Leigh Torrence has re-joined the team.
A seven-year veteran, Torrence spent the last three seasons, and part of a fourth, with the Saints. Before that, he spent two seasons and part of a third with the Redskins.
In 2007, Torrence appeared in all 16 games in Washington, with one start.
But the story in D.C. continues to be Griffin. Rich Tandler of CSN Washington joined PFT Live earlier on Tuesday to discuss Griffin and other issues currently relevant to the Redskins.This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!