The Washington Commanders have signed first round pick Jahan Dotson, out of Penn State, to a four year, $15.048 million guaranteed contract with an $8.124M signing bonus, according to Aaron Wilson.
They’re bolstering their wide receiver room alongside rising star Terry McLaurin, who is due for a massive extension. Reports say that the Commanders were not big spenders in free agency, so that the team could focus on a big extension for McLaurin.
Dotson isn’t known for his size but he has great speed and great hands, which is something the Commanders as a team have lacked. An example is being former Washington receiver Josh Docston who has a career catch rate of 50%. They’re looking forward to having two primary targets in the offense for new QB Carson Wentz.