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Before the NFL lockout began, the Skins made sure to get the O.J. Atogwe deal done. Atogwe and the Skins agreed to a five-year, $26 million deal with $12 million guaranteed.
The signing of O.J. Atogwe seems to have been forgotten due to the NFL lockout and the flurry of recent free agent signings, but Atogwe is a Pro Bowl-caliber player.
Atogwe is 30, so there is still some good football in him. Furthermore, the Skins signed him to a very good deal for someone of Atogwe's caliber.
Even though he will never "replace" Sean Taylor, Atogwe will provide stability at the free safety position, something the Skins have been looking for ever since the passing of Sean Taylor.
O.J. Atogwe and LaRon Landry will combine to be one of the best safety tandems in the entire NFL.