The Washington Redskins re-signed DE Kedric Golston to a 3-year contract, though we do not have the financial details yet.
Golston, who turns 30 in May, was drafted as a defensive tackle by the Redskins in the 6th round of the 2006 NFL Draft out of the University of Georgia. He's played his entire career for the Redskins. He started 13 games in his rookie season and played in 15 games in 2007 and started 12 in 2008.
When the Redskins moved from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense in 2010, Golston was moved to his current position, defensive end, and started 13 games before his season ended in late December and he was placed on injured reserve on December 26. Golston became a backup to Adam Carriker in 2011 after signing a one-year deal with the team, but suffered a knee injury in the second half of the season and was placed on injured reserve with a torn MCL and partially-torn ACL on November 15.
However, Golston got healthy in the offseason and re-signed with the Redskins for one year. This three year contract is his longest deal since his rookie contract.