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Brandon Scherff can finally say he's a member of the Washington Redskins.
Tuesday the offensive lineman signed his contract with the team, rounding out the last of the ten of the Redskins' draft picks to be under contract.
Now Scherff gets to work, both on the field and in the weight room, with his teammates. He'll get a chance to showcase his skills during this weekend's rookie mini-camps and soon become familiar with coaches, specifically with offensive line coach Bill Callahan.
"I think he can do everything, seeing what he did with the Cowboys last year, it's just been a pleasure speaking with him for about a day," Scherff said at his introductory press conference.
"We just talked about getting back to old-school football," he said. "I'm going to come in and be prepared to learn from him each and every day and just try to get better at everything that involves pass protection, run blocking. Whatever he can do, I know he can do a lot for me, and I'm just going to take advantage of it."