As their roster upheaval continues, the Washington Redskins moved to keep a familiar face in town, re-signing defensive end Kedric Golston Wednesday.
Golston has spent his entire 7-year career with the Redskins after being drafted in the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. During the 2012 season, Golston recorded 27 tackles while playing in every game.
The move comes a day after the team restructured wide receiver Santana Moss' contract in a continued attempt to get under the salary cap. The team also released longtime cornerback DeAngelo Hall earlier this week.