The Washington Redskins have signed Green and three other players who attended the team's weekend minicamp on a tryout basis.|||||||
Green has played in 49 games with five teams over six NFL seasons.
The Jets released Green on Saturday after signing wide receiver Danny Woodhead to the active roster.|||||||
Green, signed as a free agent in the offseason, had seven tackles in three games.
The Jets also signed former Seattle defensive tackle Green to a one-year deal, agent Albert Elias told The AP.|||||||
The 30-year-old Green will likely serve as a backup to nose tackle Kris Jenkins. He had one sack and 21 tackles in 13 games with the Seahawks last season.
The Seahawks signed Green, who hasn't played since 2004 with New Orleans, according to the Seattle Times.|||||||
Green will take the place of Chuck Darby, who is out for the season with a knee injury. Green was released by the Vikings on Sept. 1.
The Vikings signed Green, who hasn't played since 2004, on Tuesday.|||||||
Despite leading the NFL in rushing defense last season, Minnesota could use some depth at defensive tackle behind Kevin Williams and Pat Williams. Howard, a former sixth-round draft choice by Houston in 2002, will rejoin Vikings defensive line coach Karl Dunbar, who he played under in college at LSU. Green started 12 games for the New Orleans Saints in 2004, registering a career-high 53 tackles.