The Washington Redskins bulked up on the offensive line by signing veteran tackle Jordan Black.
The Redskins have been thinned out some upfront already with right tackle Jamaal Brown rehabilitating his surgically repaired right hip. Left guard Kory Lichtensteiger is on the shelf until the start of the regular season after he had arthroscopic knee surgery to remove some cartilage, according to the Washington Post.
Black sat out last season after he was released by the New Orleans Saints at the end of the summer. He last played for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2010. The veteran has 40 career starts and spent most of his time with the Kansas City Chiefs.
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