Washington Redskins have signed experienced wide receivers Donte Stallworth and Devery Henderson.

Stallworth will join after spending two years away from Washington at the New England Patriots while Henderson moves from the New Orleans Saints.

Stallworth has had a long career, starting his NFL campaign in 2002 with the Saints. He was in New Orleans for three years before moving to join the Philadelphia Eagles. 

A year later, the 32-year-old was off the New England Patriots before joining the Cleveland Browns, and later the Baltimore Ravens. In his career, the 32-year old has caught 35 touchdown passes and amassed 4,837 receiving yards. 

He was suspended for the entire 2009 season after spending 30 days in jail following a manslaughter conviction.

Henderson has had a similar length career, being picked in the 2004 Draft for the Saints where he has been ever since.

The 31-year-old played 124 games for the Saints with 4,377 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns, but was only used in a minor role last season.

 

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