The Washington Redskins re-signed RT Tyler Polumbus to a 2-year deal, Polumbus himself wrote on his Twitter account. Full financial details are not available yet.
Polumbus, 27, spent the last two seasons with the Redskins and became the full-time starter at right tackle last year after Jammal Brown was predictably lost for the entire year due to chronic hip injuries. Polumbus has experience playing at multiple positions on the offensive line in a zone blocking scheme and he probably did not cost much so it made sense for the cap-strapped Redskins to bring Polumbus back.
As his Twitter post indicates, Polumbus did receive some interest from the Jacksonville Jaguars, but presumably the Redskins made him a better [or at least equal] offer.
I graded Polumbus as the weakest of Washington's five full-time offensive linemen last season and thought he was particularly weak in pass-protection. However, Polumbus played well at times, and his problem was more of inconsistency rather than complete incompetence. In any case, he may be superior to the alternatives the Redskins now have at this position, veterans Tony Pashos and Jeremy Trueblood and Tom Compton, a 2012 6th round pick who spent most of last season on the practice squad.
Polumbus was an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos in 2008, Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan's final year with that club. Later he moved on to the Seattle Seahawks, where he saw time at three different offensive line positions, before coming to the Redskins i 2011.