With the free agent market more active than lucrative, the one aspect we’ve been missing this year is the traditional drunken-sailor spending by the Redskins.
While salary cap penalties levied by the league caused that restraint, they arer trying to make a move or two.
According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, the Redskins will bring in Buccaneers tackle Jeremy Trueblood for a visit this weekend.
The Redskins recently added Tony Pashos, but with Jordan Black, Jammal Brown and Tyler Polumbus all free agents, they’re looking for someone at right tackle.
Redskins general manager Bruce Allen was in Tampa when Trueblood was drafted, and knows him well. Trueblood battled shoulder problems last year, but has been a capable player when well.