The Washington Redskins tried out 18 players, including former Cleveland Browns second-round wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi and former St. Louis Rams first-round offensive tackle Jason Smith, according to a league source.
The Redskins also worked out wide receiver Jared Green, the son of Redskins Hall of Fame cornerback Darrell Green.
They auditioned former Tampa Bay Buccaneers third-round cornerback Myron Lewis as well as defensive backs Al Afalava, Jalil Brown, Ross Ventrone and Mario Butler, wide receivers Matt Willis and Arceto Clark, linebackers Justin Cole, Brian Rolle, D.J. Smith, and Josh Hull, tight end Anthony Hill, quarterbacks G.J. Kinne and Nick Stephens and center Kevin Kowalski,
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