Veteran defensive tackle Terrell McClain has found a new team.
McClain agreed to a contract with the Falcons, the team announced Friday. Terms of the contract were not immediately disclosed.
McClain had also visited with the Cowboys, 49ers and Dolphins, according to a report from the NFL Network.
McClain signed a four-year, $21 million contract with the Redskins in March 2017. He recorded 20 tackles and two sacks last season but was waived in late April after Washington picked a pair of defensive linemen in the draft.
“I’m really happy about the guys stepping up,” said Kuznetsov, “like Nate Walker, you know, he played unbelievable, that little motherf—–r. That’s the only word I have for him.”
Even when they’re not in the lineup, the younger Capitals have kept things light and positive, while keeping their teammates confident that they can rise to the occasion if called upon.
Sherman told ESPN that his Achilles “felt great” after running on it. He also said, “I’ll be ready for training camp, but (the team) is going to be overly cautious either way.”
The 30-year-old was released from the Seahawks in March, but was quickly picked up by the 49ers with the hopes he would be ready for full activities at some point between May and June. Sherman will need a little more time before returning to full-contact, but he is expected to be a full participant for training camp at the end of July.
This play is everything for Cleveland. Rozier switches onto Thompson. Boston should be fine with that. Brown panics, and tags out Rozier. Problem: That leaves Rozier on LeBron.
LeBron too often has checked out when other Cavs run the offense. As Brian Windhorst has written, he is resting on the court. Some such rest is unavoidable. The burden on LeBron is too big. (Related: Irving plays for Boston, and Thomas just had hip surgery.) But for Cleveland to have a chance, he has to cut those resting possessions by something like half. Perhaps shifting more off-the-bounce duty to Hill kept LeBron’s tank full.