Redskins' McIntosh signs 1-year deal
Linebacker Rocky McIntosh has finally signed his one-year contract with the Washington Redskins, barely beating an NFL deadline.
The Redskins said Monday that McIntosh had signed his $1.759 million tender. The team could have reduced the offer if the restricted free agent had not signed it by Tuesday.
McIntosh is unhappy that the lack of a new collective bargaining agreement kept him from becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason. He was hoping to get a multiyear deal, but the Redskins offered him only the one-year tender.
McIntosh skipped the team's first voluntary minicamp to express his discontent, but he attended the second minicamp.
The Redskins also cut guard Paul Fanaika and kicker Justin Medlock.