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The Commanders have kicked off their offseason program by adding a valuable addition to their lineup, linebacker Mykal Walker. On Tuesday, it was announced that Walker had signed with the franchise, bringing his familiar face back to the team. Previously, Walker played for the Falcons as a fourth-round pick in 2020 during Dan Quinn’s tenure as head coach. Over his first three seasons with Atlanta, he appeared in 49 games with 20 starts before being waived last August.

After stints with Chicago and Las Vegas, Walker signed with Pittsburgh midway through the 2023 season. During his time with the Steelers, he appeared in eight games with five starts, tallying 33 total tackles with two for loss. Additionally, Walker showcased his versatility by recording two passes defensed and an interception. The Commanders are thrilled to have Walker on board as they prepare for the upcoming season and believe his familiarity with Coach Quinn will help him acclimate quickly to the team.

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