Washington adds Pernell McPhee

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Pernell McPhee is heading to Washington.

A veteran linebacker who previously played for the Bears and Ravens, McPhee officially signed with Washington today, the team announced.

After playing his first four NFL seasons in Baltimore, McPhee signed what was advertised as a five-year, $40 million deal with the Bears. But he was released this offseason after three seasons.

McPhee joins Ryan Kerrigan, Preston Smith and Ryan Anderson at outside linebacker in Washington.

McPhee was the No. 53 player in our Free Agent Top 100.

8 responses to “Washington adds Pernell McPhee

  1. vikingf0rlife says:
    March 26, 2018 at 3:41 pm
    This dude is always injured, one dimensional and very slow. We will miss blowing past him when we play the Bears.

    Gotta disagree with a fellow Vikings fan here. McPhee ate our lunch a couple times.

  2. jbowman374 says:
    March 26, 2018 at 8:01 pm
    Redskins are good for one thing: Giving undeserving players that straight cash homie!


    Not since the 2000’s but hey…Whatever helps keep the narrative going. Actually been quite boring for many years now.

    Would you like to give me a handful of examples since Bruce Allen took over? And let’s be real about the actual good free agents they signed after their teams cut them late in free agency… Jackson and Norman. Those dudes fell in their lap because they didn’t go chasing big money free agents from day one.

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