With cuts to come and injuries to sort out, it's a work in progress.
Who do you think should make the Redskins roster along the defensive line?
You tell us who should make the final 53-man roster.
As they kick off the offseason practice phase known as Organized Team Activities this week, the Washington Redskins stand at the league roster limit of 90 players. They also have just about reached the salary cap limit.
With rookie camp in the past and a 90-man roster seemingly set, we ask just how many Redskins roster spots are up for grabs anyway?
Gruden: “The big thing was giving these [tryout] guys a look so they can showcase their skill and ability and we can make a decision on them moving forward."
The Washington Redskins rookie minicamp roster features 38 players in attendance on a tryout basis in addition to the eight draft picks and 10 undrafted rookies Washington signed last week.
Washington bolsters its post-draft haul by adding Silas Redd and eight other players.
The Redskins cut wide receiver David Gettis, who signed with the team in January.
Two people familiar with the situation said that it was not because of a failed physical. The Redskins and other teams are interested in signing him.