Commanders agree to a deal with 2022 All-Pro special teams player Jeremy Reaves, AP source says

Wed, Mar 13, 2024
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Commanders agree to a deal with 2022 All-Pro special teams player Jeremy Reaves, AP source says

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Washington Commanders have agreed to a two-year contract with safety and 2022 All-Pro special teams player Jeremy Reaves, according to a person familiar with the deal.

The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the team has not yet announced it. A knee injury limited Reaves to five games last season.

Reaves, who turns 27 on Aug. 29, is the first player from the previous regime to be brought back by new general manager Adam Peters. He posted on social media that he has been smiling ear to ear after getting a new contract.

With some of the most cap space to spend of any team, Washington has been busy since NFL free agency opened, agreeing to deals with running back Austin Ekeler, veteran backup quarterback Marcus Mariota and several others.

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