Moves last season knocked Santana Moss from the No. 1 receiving target to third. Now another offseason of action at wide receiver, Moss’s role looks as if it could diminish even more.
Former starter along the defensive line might have to be part of a rotation behind Jason Hatcher, Barry Cofield and Chris Baker.
Evan Royster has been a useful role player for Washington, but the team keeps drafting running backs. So to make the roster, he'll have to stand out.
Outside linebacker was a steal as a fifth-rounder in 2013, but now faces a crowd jockeying for similar roles.
Tackle has improved, and remains the starter, but Tom Compton and Morgan Moses will push him.
The offseason changes at wide receiver may affect Robinson as much as anyone.
Redskins' place kicker has excelled on field goals, but Washington spent a draft pick on Zach Hocker to add competition, and perhaps push Forbath to improve on kickoffs.
Though Jay Gruden didn't use fullbacks much in Cincinnati, Darrel Young says Redskins assistants know how valuable he can be, and he'll try to earn a spot on special teams as well.
The second-round pick from 2011 has had a checkered career so far. Likely nudged out of a starting spot, he can still be a key cog in the defensive-line rotation.
A knee injury derailed Leonard Hankerson's most promising season to date. He might soon be healthy again, but the Redskins wide receiver group looks much different.