Kevin Pierre-Louis, Washington Redskins
Kevin Pierre-Louis is a six-year veteran with four different teams. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2014, and he spent three years with them. In 2017, he played with the Chiefs; in 2018, he played with the Jets; and in 2019, he played with the Bears.
Pierre-Louis has spent his time around. In those six seasons, he has only started four games. Most recently, his best season was spent last year with the Chicago Bears. He hit free agency this year and was signed to a 1-year $1.5 million contract.
The Washington Redskins already have Thomas Davis Sr., Jon Bostic, and Reuben Foster in their linebacking core; therefore, they wouldn’t be hard-pressed to see Pierre-Louis on another team with a few extra picks.
Like the Bengals’ Evans, Pierre-Louis would only require a small price to fill a big hole that they need. Pierre-Louis might not start right away, but there is potential for the veteran with the right coaching staff.