Pair of unsigned defensive players show up for Redskins
A pair of defensive players for the Washington Redskins who have not yet signed their tenders as restricted free agents will participate in the team’s voluntary minicamp that kicked off this morning at Redskins Park.
Cornerback Carlos Rogers and linebacker Rocky McIntosh will show and get into the action, according to Jason Reid of the Washington Post.
Although Rogers has been to the team’s facility already once this offseason, McIntosh has yet to show and he has signed an agreement protecting him in the case of an injury.
“I'm not (signing the tender yet), but I'll be at camp,” Rogers told Reid. “My agent, I guess, still has some things to talk to them about. I'm not sure. I'm fine. I'm cool. I'm done with the negativity. I know they're not [planning to offer a long-term deal]. I'm not looking for that. Just trying to get ready. I mean, I have to be here."
The deadline for players to sign their tenders before clubs can reduce their offer to 110 percent of their 2009 salary is June 15.
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