Long snapper Ethan Albright doesn't garner headlines -- and that's why the Redskins like him.
Albright re-signed with Washington today. Though the terms of the deal weren't disclosed, Albright typically signs for one year for the veteran minimum; that way, he doesn't count as much under the salary cap.
Albright joined the Redskins in 2001 and has played in the NFL since 1995. He rarely has off-target snaps and hasn't had any disasters since playing for the Redskins.
Skins Reel In Snapper For Another Year
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