NFL free-agent market is thin at two spots Washington needs dearly: Guard and right tackle. Here's what lies ahead.
With free agency a week away, Mike Jones answers readers' questions on the most likely signee, Kirk Cousins's future and whether any more cost-saving cuts can be expected.
Washington probably isn't going to be a player for the big-contract free agents, but there's at least one player worth making an exception for.
The secondary is one of Washington’s greatest areas of need because no starters return at safety, and there's little depth at cornerback.
Center isn't a need, but since Washington is in search of good football players, here's one worth pursuing and working around.
Scot McCloughan's first free-agent signing should be a good run defender, but won't bring much pass rush.
The beginning of free agency will test the organization's commitment to Scot McCloughan.
The NFL announced on Monday that the salary cap for the coming year will be set at $143,280,000.
It's already been an active offseason for Washington, and free agency doesn't begin until March 10.
The Redskins continued to clear money off of the books, cutting defensive end.
Cofield, a ninth-year veteran was slated to count for roughly $7.7 million against the cap this coming season.