So, who steps in if the unfathomable happens? Our NFL Nation reporters and Scouts Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl have teamed up to identify each team's most important player and which player in the 2014 draft each team can target to groom as a potential replacement -- MVP insurance. For some teams, their future stars may be slightly younger than others as draft-eligible non-seniors are denoted with an asterisk.
When the Redskins drafted Jordan Reed, I didn't think he would be a strong replacement for Fred Davis so fast. I wondered if Reed could develop that quickly as a blocker to be anything other than a pass-catcher for his first couple of seasons. Turns out Reed got there much sooner. Because of it, the Redskins remain strong at tight end, though they will need to add someone in the offseason.
This morning, we examined the Redskins' 2014 outlook at safety. Now, CSNWashington.com Insiders Tarik El-Bashir and Rich Tandler will give their take on how to fix one of the team's most glaring offseason needs.
A look a 7 NFL Draft related questions this week.
Moss turns 35 in June and will be entering his 14th NFL season and his ninth with Washington. He has said that he wants to remain here, and the team's initiation of negotiations implies that the interest is mutual. But whether or not the Redskins should actually pull the trigger on such a deal is the topic of today's debate in our ongoing series on offseason questions facing this team.