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Defensive end Jason Hatcher will retire from the NFL after 10 seasons, according to his agent Jordan Woy on Friday.

Washington said goodbye to its one-time star quarterback and other prominent members of the team. We discuss it all in this week's Mailbag.

A free-agent signing in 2015, newcomer never managed to fit in with the Redskins despite injury-plagued secondary.

Jason Hatcher, who will turn 34 in July, was owed $8.7 million against the cap. The move will create $4.2 million in cap space.

The team needs to make several moves to create financial flexibility in advance of free agency, which begins next Wednesday.

Facing the possibility of having to use the franchise tag to retain Kirk Cousins, the Redskins need to rework contracts to create flexibility under the salary cap so they can address needs.

Washington will need to look at younger options to bolster their defensive line next season.

The 10-year veteran said the decision will be based on what is best for his family and himself.

Is there a difference with the added responsibility? Redskins coach doesn’t think so.

Rookie running back remains unsure of his status for Sunday.

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