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Sources are reporting that the Washington Redskins have agreed a one-year deal former LSU safety Ryan Clark. Per ESPN...

Pittsburgh opted not to re-sign Clark, 34, instead choosing another free agent, Mike Mitchell. The Redskins were interested in Mitchell as well, but turned to Clark shortly after losing out on the former Carolina Panthers. Clark, temporarily at least, fills a gaping hole for the Redskins -- one that has existed since Sean Taylor died in 2007.

Clark started alongside Taylor in 2004-05, but left via free agency to join Pittsburgh in 2006. Clark also is considered a strong mentor, which the Redskins hope helps develop some of their younger safeties such as Bacarri Rambo and Phillip Thomas, or a draft pick in May.
On Monday night, Clark took to Twitter to thank the Steelers.

Ryan Clark @Realrclark25
Enjoyed every second of the last 8 years in Pittsburgh. Great city, amazing organizations & of course awesome fans! Thank you Steeler Nation
9:00 PM - 31 Mar 2014
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