The Washington Redskins have no more rookies left to sign. Offensive tackle Morgan Moses signed his contract Thursday morning, becoming the eighth and final Redskins rookie to do so in the past two weeks.
Washington had signed seven of its eight draft picks before this week; Moses completes the group. His contract will be comparable to what Oakland linebacker Sio Moore received as the 66th pick in 2013: four years and $3.05 million. Moore's signing bonus was $690,832, so Moses' will be similar to that as well.
Moses started at left tackle in 2013 for Virginia, but will play on the right side for Washington. The Redskins already have Tyler Polumbus at that position, but he's entering the final year of his deal. If Moses does not unseat him this year, they'd clearly like to have him ready to start in 2015. Moses is participating in spring workouts, which continue Thursday and last for the next two weeks before the mandatory minicamp.