DE Vonnie Holliday Is Now A Redskin

Via the Post, the 34 year old veteran has just signed with the Redskins making the defensive line issues and Albert Hayensworth trade talks echo even louder than they were.

Holliday, 34, has played with five organizations in 12 seasons and spent last year with the Denver Broncos, where he played a role in 33 tackles, posted five sack and forced two fumbles. He started three times but appeared in all 16 games.

Until last season, Holliday had been a regular starter every year since entering the league as Green Bay’s first-round draft pick (19th overall) in 1993. Listed at 6-foot-5, 285 pounds, Holliday is among the lightest linemen on the Redskins’ roster.

As the Redskins still try to figure out how the Albert Haynesworth situation will resolve itself, they’ve given themselves plenty of options on the line. Holliday is the ninth linemn they’ve added this offseason.

In all seriousness, the Redskins need to think about packaging Haynesworth like, yesterday.  The suspense is just too much to take this early on in the 2010 season…


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