Jay Gruden, Bruce Allen Coach Jay Gruden, left, and GM Bruce Allen still have some room to acquire players. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

The Washington Redskins entered Tuesday’s free agency signing period with $18.58 million in cap space, according to figures released by the NFL on Tuesday, and committed $9.83 million of that money to sign five players. That leaves the Redskins with $8.75 million in cap space, prior to their one-year deal with tackle Bruce Campbell.

Inside linebacker Perry Riley Jr.’s new three-year deal with the team is worth $12 million and includes $5 million of guaranteed money. His cap hit for 2014 is $3 million.

Wide receiver Andre Roberts’s four-year, $16 million contract came with a $4 million signing bonus and $8 million of guaranteed money. His cap hit for 2014 is $2.25 million.

Guard Shawn Lauvao’s four-year contract is worth $17 million ($5 million guaranteed). His cap hit for this season is $3 million.

● Related: Tuesday’s signings: Riley | Roberts | Moss | Lauvao | Hayward

Linebacker Adam Hayward signed his deal Wednesday morning. The three-year, $3 million deal came with a $300,000 signing bonus and featured $500,000 of guaranteed money. His cap hit for 2014 is $955,000.

Wide receiver Santana Moss signed a one-year deal for the veteran’s minimum of $940,000. He received a signing bonus of $65,000. His cap hit for this year is $620,000.

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