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It's here, folks. Free agency is officially underway. We've been working the phones all evening. Here's the latest on what the Redskins are doing.
It looks like midnight has arrived on the East Coast without a deal for cornerback DeAngelo Hall. It also looks like the Redskins will attempt to sign free-agent guard Derrick Dockery, who was unexpectedly released by the Bills on Thursday.
Dockery is a former third-round pick by the Redskins and he still has a lot of fans within the organization. He could immediately help solidify an offensive line that showed cracks in the second half of the 2008 season.
With veteran guards Pete Kendall and Randy Thomas fighting through injuries, Dockery could be a huge help. He's remained close to former first-round pick Chris Samuels and the two would be the team's top linemen.
Much, much more to come.