ASHBURN, Va. -- It took Troy Vincent less
than a week to find a new team.
Terms were not disclosed.
A 15-year veteran, Vincent was released by Buffalo on Thursday.
The five-time Pro Bowler played in the season opener with the
Bills before being placed on injured reserve with a hamstring
Vincent spent a majority of his career as a cornerback, but in
Buffalo he made the transition to free safety.
In Washington, Vincent is expected to be used in nickel packages
at safety, and possibly cornerback.
Selected by Miami seventh overall in the 1992 draft, Vincent
spent four seasons with the Dolphins before signing with
Philadelphia in 1996. The Wisconsin product played eight
seasons with the Eagles before signing with Buffalo in 2004.
Vincent, 35, had a career-high 102 tackles and four
interceptions in 2005 but had just one tackle in the opener
against the Patriots.
To make room for Vincent on the roster, the Redskins released
safety Curry Burns.