NFL Free Agency Rumors: Redskins Sign Brandon Stokley, Add To Long List Of Wide Receivers

The Washington Redskins are clearly loading up on wide receivers early in this 2011 free agency period. The latest wide receiver to join the roster is Brandon Stokley, who has signed with the team according to his agentESPN's Adam Schefter reports that he will sign a one-year deal.

Stokley is a 12-year veteran who last played for the Seattle Seahawks. Last season, he caught 31 passes for 354 yards in 11 starts. His best season was in 2004, when he caught 68 passes for 1,077 yards and 10 touchdowns while with the Indianapolis Colts.

Stokley joins a long list of receivers on the roster right now. In fact, here is that list.

  1. Santana Moss (re-signed)
  2. Anthony Armstrong
  3. Jabar Gaffney (acquired in trade)
  4. Stokey (signed)
  5. Donte' Stallworth (signed)
  6. Leonard Hankerson (draft pick)
  7. Niles Paul (draft pick)
  8. Aldrick Robinson (draft pick)
  9. Brandon Banks
  10. Terrence Austin
  11. Roydell Williams
  12. Malcolm Kelly
  13. Maurice Price (UDFA)
  14. Taurus Johnson (UDFA)

For more on NFL free agency, visit our StoryStream listing key 2011 NFL free agents the Redskins could target. For all your NFL free agency rumors, visit that StoryStream. Also, be sure to check out SB Nation's Redskins blog Hogs Haven.

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