Nick Sundberg, Redskins agree to new four-year contract

Long snapper Nick Sundberg and the Washington Redskins have agreed in principle on a new four-year deal, The Washington Times reported Sunday.

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Sundberg was to become a restricted free-agent on Tuesday. Nose tackle Chris Baker and wide receiver Brandon Banks are the Redskins' two remaining unsigned restricted free-agents.

On Saturday, the cash-strapped Redskins agreed to deals to bring back four players, the first in an expected flurry of comings and goings as the team scrambles to get under the salary cap because of a league-imposed penalty.

Left guard Kory Lichtensteiger agreed to a five-year contract, fullback Darrel Young and tight end Logan Paulsen each got three-year deals and linebacker Rob Jackson also reached terms to remain with the reigning NFC East champs.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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