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Redskins Sign Tackle Jeremy Trueblood

Posted Mar 14, 2013

The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed unrestricted free agent tackle Jeremy Trueblood. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.


The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed unrestricted free agent tackle Jeremy Trueblood. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Trueblood joins free agent addition Tony Pashos and incumbents Tom Compton and Maurice Hurt as the lineman with experience at right tackle.

Trueblood (6-8, 320) was originally drafted out of Boston College by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second round (59th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.

He was drafted by future Redskins general manager Bruce Allen and played under future Redskins defensive backs coach Raheem Morris in Tampa Bay.

Jeremy Trueblood has appeared in 101 regular season games with 84 starts during his career.

In 2012, Trueblood appeared in nine games with one start for the Buccaneers. He played in 14 games with seven starts in 2010, helping the Buccaneers average 125.1 rushing yards per game, third-most in the NFC (eighth in the NFL).

Trueblood, 29, played collegiately at Boston College from 2002-05, starting in 36 games and twice being named second-team All-ACC.

Trueblood was born on May 10, 1983, in Indianapolis. He attended the city’s Cathedral H.S., where he helped lead the school to back-to-back State 4A championships in 1998 and 1999.

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