ASHBURN, Va. (AP) - Needing to replace two key special teamers, the Washington Redskins signed free-agent linebacker Josh Hull and long snapper Kyle Nelson.
The Redskins also signed safety Trenton Robinson on Tuesday, while waiving safety Jordan Pugh and putting linebacker Bryan Kehl and long snapper Nick Sundberg on injured reserve.
Hull was drafted in the seventh round in 2010 by the Rams, who released him this August. He's played in 28 NFL games, making one start.
Nelson has been with six teams since 2011, most recently appearing in San Diego's final six games last season.
Robinson was a sixth-round draft pick in 2012 and has appeared in three NFL games with the 49ers. San Francisco released him in August; Philadelphia signed him to its practice squad but released him a week ago.