A look at some of the free agents still on the market that the Redskins can target at each position on the offensive side of the ball.
A look at the possible free agents of interest to the Redskins at each defensive position, with some commentary on how they could fit.
The Redskins entered free agency hoping to upgrade at free safety and strong safety but elected not to engage in bidding wars for the top players on the market. Washington's starters in 2013, Brandon Meriweather and Reed Doughty, are free agents.
After processing the Thursday signings of Jason Hatcher, Darryl Sharpton, and Clifton Geathers, and the release of Will Montgomery, the Redskins had $9.2 million in salary cap space left.
After the first week of free agency, what are the impact of some of these moves when it comes to the NFL draft? That's on the mind of a couple readers. Others want to know why more moves haven't been made and possible position switches. Enjoy.
Penn started every game the past six seasons at left tackle for the Buccaneers. But he was cut after Tampa Bay signed free-agent tackle Anthony Collins. Penn would have counted $8.1 million against the salary cap. That figure, plus what the Bucs felt was diminished play, led to his release. But there was still a sense in Tampa that Penn still could be effective -- if he switched to the right side.
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