Out At Redskins Park: More Signings

The Washington Redskins signed free agent defensive lineman Vonnie Holliday. Holliday, 34, has played in 167 career games, with 144 starts, in 12 National Football League seasons with four clubs. For his career, he has recorded 572 tackles, 60 sacks, two interceptions, 38 passes defensed, nine forced fumbles and 11 fumble recoveries.

Holliday (6-5, 285) spent last season with the Denver Broncos, where he played in all 16 games, with three starts, and registered 33 tackles, including five for loss, five sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

Holliday joined Denver from the Miami Dolphins where he spent four years and started 59 of the 60 games he played. Prior to his stint in Miami, Holliday played two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs (2003-04).

The Green Bay Packers drafted Holliday in the first round (No. 19 overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft out of North Carolina. He would play and start 12 games in his first year, registering eight sacks and being named to the All-Rookie Team. In his five years with the club, Holliday played in 66 games, with 63 starts, and recorded 32 sacks, with at least five in each season.

Holliday was a four-year letterman for the Tar Heels, where he appeared in 46 games with 28 starts. He was a first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference performer as a senior.

The Redskins have also signed free agents Brandon Banks, Shay Hodge and Melvin Stephenson.