Report: Redskins sign wide receiver Brian Quick
The Washington Redskins has signed wide receiver Brian Quick to a new contract, according to a new report about the matter.
According to ESPN, Quick was cut from the team last November, but it looks like the team is having a little bit of “seller’s remorse.”
Even though he had a very limited level of production with the team in the two seasons he was with them, he still is credited for a few different things while he was with the team.
Brian Quick actually gets credited with starting 4 games for the Redskins (1 in 2017, 3 in 2018). He only had 6 receptions in 2017, and then 3 last season. Quick didn’t make the initial roster, but was re-signed early in the season.
“The Washington Redskins agreed to terms with wide receiver Brian Quick on Monday, according to the agency that represents Quick. This will be Quick’s third stint with the Redskins. The 29-year-old has been released twice by the Redskins, most recently in November. He appeared in 11 games with Washington in 2017 and six games last year. Quick provides depth at the wide receiver position and is a contributor on special teams. He had three catches for 18 yards last season. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.”
A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Quick attended Ridge View High School, where he was a basketball standout until switching to football only in his senior year.
He played college football at Appalachian State, and was drafted by the then St. Louis Rams in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft.