The day after extending Ryan Kerrigan's deal, the Redskins will explore the possibility of further bolstering their pass rush by meeting with free agent outside linebacker Junior Galette.

Redskins sign Ryan Kerrigan to 5-year, $57.5 million contract extension on eve of training camp.

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