Those big hits outweighed the negative ones. And today the Redskins re-signed their special teams standout.
Sellers finished the season second in tackles with 29 in 2004. He only caught one pass as a tight end in two starts. His size (6-3, 250 pounds) and speed make him a solid target. But he committed too many gaffes to be a consistent contributor on offense.
However, he's become a valuable member of special teams, a role he'll fill in 2005.
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