The Washington Redskins, who will start training camp Sunday with all nine draft picks and eight veterans still unsigned, added a World League of American Football player to their roster yesterday.
He's Eric Naposki, a linebacker who led the Barcelona Dragons in tackles with 51 and previously played with the New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts, Dallas Cowboys and New York Jets.
Naposki is the first player the Redskins signed from the WLAF, boosting their roster to 83 and the number of signed players to 66. A team isn't allowed to have more than 80 players in training camp at any one time. Although players can attend minicamp without a contract, they must sign before they're allowed to attend camp.