Washington Redskins offseason: A look at the offense, position by position

The Washington Post's Rick Maese, LaVar Arrington and Dan Steinberg assess the Redskins' offense and look ahead to an offseason of change with host Jonathan Forsythe.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011; 12:03 AM

2010 week 1 quarterback

Donovan McNabb: It's likely the Redskins will open 2011 with their third Week 1 starting quarterback in as many seasons. They could target a quarterback with their first pick of April's draft, the 10th overall. Possible 2011 starter: Rex Grossman.

Week 1 running back:

Clinton Portis: Portis has finished each of the last two seasons on injured reserve. He'll be 30 by time the 2011 season starts, and unless he wants to renegotiate his contract, it's doubtful he'll be a Redskin again. Ryan Torain is a younger, cheaper and possibly more effective option.

Possible 2011 starter: Torain.

Week 1 fullback

Mike Sellers: Despite Sellers's career-high 224 yards on 20 catches, the Redskins might want to get younger at fullback. Sellers will be 36 at the start of next season. Coaches have been impressed with converted linebacker Darrel Young.

Possible 2011 starter: Young

Week 1 wide receiver

Santana Moss: Moss saw a resurgence in 2010, posting 93 catches, a career high, for 1,115 yards. Moss should be an unrestricted free agent, but he likes the offense and wants to return.

Possible 2011 starter: Moss.

Week 1 wide receiver

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