NFL: Commanders re-sign LB Khaleke Hudson to 1-year deal


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The Washington Commanders re-signed linebacker Khaleke Hudson, keeping the team’s former fifth-round draft pick in 2020 on a one-year deal.

Hudson, who was set to become a restricted free agent, appeared in 13 games (one start) last season for the Commanders, making 11 tackles, mostly on special teams. He did have one quarterback hit.

The 25-year-old out of Michigan has played in 41 games for the Commanders (four starts) over the past three seasons, making 34 tackles, with two of those for loss, and three quarterback hits.

–Field Level Media


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