Beal said he understands why Pierce left for the West Coast.
West declined a $12.2 million player option from the Indiana Pacers to sign with the San Antonio Spurs for the veteran minimum.
Neal provides scoring punch off the bench and West would supply leadership in Paul Pierce's absence.
Dudley should help replace Paul Pierce.
Kelly Oubre Jr. and Dez Wells highlight the list.
The Wizards are in the market for a stretch-four, defensive versatility, and perimeter bench scoring.
Washington had offered Pierce a two-year deal with a team option for a second season.
The Wizards can pay the veteran $6.6 million next season.
Pierce is a free agent for the second straight year.
The Wizards are in the market for a stretch-four and wing depth, but who they go after will depend on whether Paul Pierce decides to stay in Washington or leave.