ASHBURN, Va. - The Redskins have signed free agent linebacker Chris Wilson, who returns to the team after two years in the CFL.
Wilson played for Washington from 2007-10, mostly as a reserve pass-rushing defensive end and special teams player. He had four sacks during his rookie season.
Wilson then moved on to the B.C. Lions of the Canadian league.
Wilson is projected to play linebacker this time in Washington because the Redskins have converted their defense to a 3-4 scheme.
The Redskins announced the signing Tuesday.
(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
A new gadget will let you know how active your dog is. (Video)
The U. of Oregon is cracking down on a fan favorite.
A 19-year-old decides to catch a ride on a whale shark. (Video)
Hop-heavy beers rule these rankings of the best in the U.S.