Commanders make moves to bolster offensive line depth

The Washington Commanders made two personnel moves Tuesday, attempting to strengthen their offensive line depth.

With the Commanders offensive line struggling, they signed guard Keaton Sutherland to the practice squad. To make room for Sutherland, the Commanders released center Jon Toth.

Sutherland, age 25, (6-5, 315) played his college ball at Texas A&M.

Undrafted, the Bengals signed Sutherland as a free agent before waiving him, then bringing him back in 2019. He appeared in one game, was waived, and then claimed by the Dolphins, playing in three games in the season.

Back the Bengals went Sutherland, playing in one game in both the 2020 and 2021 seasons.

The 49ers signed Sutherland in March for the 2022 season; however, the former Texas A&M Aggie was released on Sept. 13.

Toth (6-5, 310), 28, has six games of NFL experience with Washington during the 2021 season.

The former Kentucky Wildcat was in on 17 special teams snaps last season and 7 offensive snaps.

The Commanders brought in center Nick Martin two weeks ago, and he started against Dallas in Week 4.

Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire