Which of the Redskins’ early free agent moves have you liked?

Andre Roberts, Nolan Carroll

Andre Roberts, here trying to make a catch in front of Nolan Carroll, is perhaps the most-known outsider to join Washington on Days 1 and 2. (Paul Connors/Associated Press)

As free agency’s first day came and went, and the second day followed, excitement and bated breath can turn to slight disappointment when you see all the shiny new toys the other kids (cough*Denver*cough) get, and then look back at your own. But each franchise is in a different place, and the moves that Washington made might be the right ones at this time.

Weeks from now, we’ll look back at the free agency haul as a group, and few of us will remember if the most significant additions signed right away or after a few days. So while we wait on news about Corey Graham, Ryan Clark, Carlos Rogers et. al., what are your feelings on the early moves?

Vote for any move you like, and as many as you want. Brian Orakpo and Perry Riley Jr. count as part of the offseason haul, even though you already know them as Redskins, and contract size and length should be considered.

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