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"We have had a conversation with his agent," Allen would say briefly.
Jorday Woy, Adams' agent, said he's spoken with several teams and its "too early to tell" regarding where his client will end up.
The Redskins don't have a left tackle, with Chris Samuels retiring, so a match could happen with Adams.
If Adams does sign with the Redskins, his matchups with DeMarcus Ware will be very interesting this upcoming season.
Bruce Allen, the Washington Redskins general manager, told Sirius NFL Radio that the organization is interested in former Cowboys left tackle Flozell Adams.