The Redskins not only got a couple of wide receivers who could help them at some point during the season but they got them at the right price.

According to Zac Boyer of the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star, Donte Stallworth and Devery Henderson signed contracts that allow the team to take advantage of the veteran minimum salary benefit.

They both signed for the veteran minimum salary of $840,000. The CBA has a provision that encourages teams to sign veteran players rather than those of the younger, cheaper variety. Under that provision, each player will count just $620,000 against the cap.