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Ex-Pittsburgh Steelers Safety heads back to Redskins

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Safety Ryan Clark, formally of the Pittsburgh Steelers, has landed a one-year deal with the Washington Redskins, according to ESPN.

Clark, who was recently replaced as safety by former Carolina Panther, Mike Mitchell, had been a free agent since March 11.

Previously he had been with the Steelers for the past eight years.

Clark, 34, had been looking at deals with the Seattle Seahawks as well but has ended up back at his former team for next season.

He had been with the Redskins from 2004 until the 2006 season.

A few interesting facts: After a childhood ailment flared up during an impact in game, he had to be hospitalised and ended up with his spleen and his gall bladder being removed in 2007. He also was one of the extras in Gotham's football team in The Dark Knight Rises Batman movie.

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