The most recent depth chart update is caused by offensive line changes.
Washington released offensive lineman Cole Boozer, whom the team had signed just about 24 hours earlier.
We have waived T Cole Boozer— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) August 8, 2021
About 4 hours later, Washington announced the signing of Jon Toth.
We have signed C Jon Toth pic.twitter.com/y0Y7074kVs— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) August 9, 2021
Toth is 6-5, 298 pounds and was signed by the Browns near the end of training camp last year, but didn’t make either the roster or practice squad. He did get signed to the Lions practice squad around Christmas-time last season. He had previously spent time on the Eagles (2017-18) and Jets (2018) practice squads in addition to playing for the XFL’s D.C. Defenders. He is a native of Indianapolis, Ind.
Counting Roullier, Larsen, Ismael, and Toth, the roster has 4 centers. Wes Schweitzer was listed as the backup center when he played for the Falcons.
The depth chart is back to 91 players (44 offense, 44 defense, 3 ST specialists).
IF you are wondering about the numbers on the depth chart, those represent the 2021 cap hits for players over $1m for the season.