Washington signed three offensive linemen, one of its draft picks and a running back who nearly made the 53. All nine players were with the team this preseason.
The Redskins have until 4 p.m. to get the roster down from 75 to 53 players.
Between now and 4 p.m. Saturday, when roster cuts are due, the GM, coach and Redskins staff have some difficult decisions to make.
The fourth preseason game, in pouring rain. Die-hards, follow along here.
The starters won't play, but there's still plenty to watch as Washington wraps up its preseason against Tampa Bay.
Nate Sudfeld is headed to Tampa for the preseason finale, but Redskins starters won't make the trip because of the schedule change.
Washington lets go of two well-paid players who were no longer projected as starters.
With an offseason, training camp and three preseason games in the books, here's our best estimate at how the final roster will shake out.
Washington begins trimming its roster from 90 players to 75.
The offense got in gear (though the line struggled), Josh Norman had a strong outing and position battles appeared to gain some clarity.