The Redskins have re-signed veteran offensive lineman Jason Fabini, the team announced on Tuesday.
Fabini, a 10-year veteran, is expected to provide solid depth at guard and tackle.
Fabini initially joined the Redskins in March 2007 and was expected to serve as a key backup. Instead, he was an invaluable starter at right guard when Randy Thomas and Jon Jansen went down with injuries early in the season.
Fabini ended up playing in all 16 games plus a playoff game. He helped the Redskins to the 12th-ranked rushing offense.
Fabini was a fourth-round draft choice of the New York Jets in 1998. He played nine seasons with the Jets, playing 129 regular-season games with 114 starts.
Fabini played one season for the Dallas Cowboys in 2006, before signing on with the Redskins.