Washington adds to offensive line by signing another ex-Panther, Tyler Larsen

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Washington signs OL Tyler Larsen to one-year deal originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

One day after wide receiver Curtis Samuel agreed to a three-year deal with the Washington Football Team, another former Carolina Panther is joining him in the nation's capital.

Center Tyler Larsen has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Washington, the team announced on Thursday.

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In Washington, Larsen will provide depth to an offensive line unit that certainly needs it. Primarily a center, Larsen will serve as the backup to Chase Roullier, but he can play guard as well.

Larsen reunites in Washington with Ron Rivera, who coached the center for four seasons in Carolina from 2016-2019.

This isn't Larsen's first time joining Washington, either, as he signed a futures contract with the club in February of 2015 but was released during final roster cuts that following training camp.

In five total years with the Panthers, Larsen appeared in 68 games. His best season came in 2017, where he started 10 games for an injured Ryan Kalil. Larsen has played in 45 of a possible 48 games the past three seasons but has not made a start since the 2018 campaign.