McIntosh Re-Signs With Redskins, Two Others Released

Today Rocky McIntosh’s tumultuous off season gripe with the Skins comes to a close as he signed his tender sheet worth $1.759 for one year.

Linebacker Rocky McIntosh has signed his restricted free agent tender offer, the Redskins announced on Monday.

In addition, the Redskins have released offensive lineman Paul Fanaika and kicker Justin Medlock.

McIntosh had been tendered at a second-round level on March 4, the eve of free agency.

The signing period for restricted free agents ended on April 15, so the Redskins had already retained McIntosh’s rights for the 2010 season.

Last year, McIntosh played in all 16 games, with 15 starts, and set a career high with 115 tackles, second-most on the team. He also had two interceptions and two forced fumbles.

Topics: Justin Medlock, Paul Fanaika, Rocky McIntosh

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