The Redskins have added to their secondary depth and special teams success today, signing former Broncos Safety David Bruton. Although Bruton was a reserve in Denver last season, he still recorded 49 tackles, had 7 deflections, 2 forced fumbles, and 2 picks. Bruton played in 13 games for Denver, starting in 3 of those games.
Bruton has eight years experience all of which were in Denver. Given the Redskins safety situation, Bruton is expected to have a shot at a starting spot. He recorded six special teams tackles last season and will likely become a key player on overage units.
Bruton visited the Redskins today and never left. He ended up signing a 3 year deal worth $9 million.