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Redskins Allocate 8 Players to NFL Europe

The Washington Redskins announced Jan. 25 that they have allocated the following players to NFL Europe:

  • James Bethea, CB, California
  • Nathan Black, WR, Northwestern State
  • Rufus Brown, CB, Florida State
  • Dahrran Diedrick, RB, Nebraska
  • Pita Elisara, OL, Indiana
  • Maurice Jones, LB, South Florida
  • Ben Nowland, OL, Auburn
  • Joe Tuipala, LB. San Diego State

Brown and Diedrick spent portions of the 2004 season on the team's practice squad and both were promoted to the active roster for the final game of the season. Elisara and Nowland were also members of the Redskins practice squad for a portion of the season. Tuipala was recently signed prior to being allocated to NFL Europe.

The NFL Europe Allocation Draft will be held on Friday, February 11.

NFL Europe League has helped develop football in Europe and generate interest in the sport around the world. As a League and a developmental program it has proven beneficial to current Redskins safety Todd Franz, quarterback Tim Hasselbeck, defensive lineman Cedric Killings, defensive tackle Brandon Noble, and defensive end Demetric Evans. Evans spent the 2004 NFLEL campaign with the Cologne Centurions and later played in 12 games with eight starts collecting 31 tackles and 2.5 sacks for the Redskins in 2004.

The Redskins also announced they have signed OL/TE Dan Goodspeed and DB Roosevelt Williams.

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