The Washington Redskins continue to cross a number of their 12 rookies off their to-do list for signing new contracts. Earlier Thursday, they agreed to terms with third-round pick Leonard Hankerson, sixth-round pick Aldrick Robinson and sixth-round pick Evan Royster. Now, they have done the same with a number of their other rookies.
Fourth-round pick Roy Helu (via @SalaryCap101), fifth-round picks DeJon Gomes (via Rich Campbell of the Washington Times) and Niles Paul (via Mike Jones of the Washington Post) and seventh-round picks Marcus White (via Campbell) and Chris Neild (via Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan) are now all in the fold. The only ones left to sign are first-round pick Ryan Kerrigan, second-round pick Jarvis Jenkins and seventh-round picks Brandyn Thompson and Maurice Hurt.
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