Redskins agree with 9 rookie free agents, including Maryland QB
ASHBURN, Va. -- Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach was one of nine undrafted rookie free agents who agreed to terms Monday with the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins also signed free-agent kicker Tyler Fredrickson, who was released before the 2004 season by Seattle and also spent time in training camps with Denver and Dallas.
The other undrafted free agents are: Connecticut running back Terry Caulley, LSU cornerback Daniel Francis, Maryland offensive lineman Stephon Heyer, UCLA defensive end Justin Hickman, Oklahoma linebacker Zach Latimer, Youngstown State running back Marcus Mason, Boston College wide receiver Taylor Sele and Virginia wide receiver Deyon Williams.
Francis played at LSU alongside LaRon Landry, drafted by the Redskins on Saturday with the sixth overall pick in the NFL draft.
The rookies will get a chance to impress the team at a three-day rookie camp that begins Friday.
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