Washington re-signs both RB Lamar Miller and OT David Sharpe

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After bringing in two big-name free agents in both Ryan Fitzpatrick and William Jackson III on Monday and Tuesday, the Washington Football Team kicked the day off on Wednesday with a couple of small re-signings that will keep solid depth on their roster.

Washington brought back RB Lamar Miller and OT David Sharpe, both on one-year deals for the 2021 season.

Miller was a late addition to the roster in 2020, added for depth while rookie Antonio Gibson was sidelined with a turf toe injury, and he never saw the field during the game. However, with Peyton Barber likely gone this offseason, Miller can now occupy that RB3 role behind Gibson and J.D. McKissic.

As for Sharpe, he played sparingly in 2020, starting just 2 of the 10 games he played in and accounting for 17% of those snaps. However, Washington did trade a late-round pick from Sharpe last season to bring him in from the Las Vegas Raiders, so it makes sense that they would be interested in keeping him on the roster.

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