- John Keim, ESPN Staff Writer
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Turns out, Riley is not going anywhere.
The Redskins announced Tuesday that they have re-signed Riley, who has started since midway through the 2011 season. Terms were not immediately disclosed.
The team already has to replace London Fletcher on the inside and did not want to seek another replacement as well.
Riley, a fourth-round pick out of LSU in 2010, finished with 115 tackles, three sacks and his first career interception last season. He posted 3.5 sacks and 129 tackles in 2012.
He tweeted about his new contract Tuesday morning.
It feels great to still be a part of Redskin Nation!!!!! #HTTR
- Perry Riley (@PR56) March 11, 2014
Houston's Joe Mays is a potential target at linebacker but could be more of a special teams desire. The Giants' Jon Beason and the Patriots' Brandon Spikes are possibilities, though both are viewed as two-down linebackers.