Washington Commanders Free Agency
Report: NFL salary cap closer to $250 million; The Washington Commanders would have over $81 million to spend
Washington has the most cap space in the NFL
Crowder returns to the team that drafted him
Another former Chiefs player joins Eric Bieniemy’s offense
Hogs Haven discusses 5 potential free agent linebackers who could meet the Commanders’ roster needs: Deion Jones, Zach Cunningham, Rashaan Evans, Kwon Alexander, and Jayon Brown.
3 XFL players headline the Commies’ roster reinforcements
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere…
Better luck next year!
With the signing of 12 undrafted college free agents and the release of LB Drew White and WR Alex Erickson, the Commanders are at the 90-man offseason limit. From now until the end of preseason, every time they sign someone, another player needs to come off the active roster in a corresponding move.
Commanders Updated Depth Chart: With Chase Roullier gone and 12 UDFAs announced, the team needs to make 2 more roster moves this week
Hogs Haven analyzes the current 92-man roster and depth chart, and discusses likely roster moves and salary cap implications following this week’s release of Chase Roullier. Discussion revolves around Andrew Norwell, Kendall Fuller, Logan Thomas and other less well-known players.
Hogs Haven updates details of Washington Commanders cap situation as free agency winds down and the draft looms. How can the team find the millions it will need to sign its drafted rookies?
Would a big splash a quarterback this year create excitement or distrust of new ownership?
Hogs Haven takes a detailed look at the Commanders available cap space and salary cap needs, and discusses which players might be released, renegotiated or restructured between now and training camp.
Who will Washington sign today?
Jacoby Brissett, Andrew Wylie, Nick Gates, and Cody Barton speak to the media after signing deals to play for Washington
We look at the Washington Commanders current salary cap situation after the early rush of free agency and analyze what needs to be done to meet the team’s roster needs. Jacoby Brissett, Nick Gates, Andrew Wylie, Cody Barton, Cameron Dantzler, Jeremy Reaves, Danny Johnson, Khaleke Hudson, Efe Obada, Marcus Kemp
A detailed look at the 72-man roster of the Washington Commanders at the start of the 2023 league year: Jacoby Brissett, Taylor Heinicke, JD McKissic, Cam Sims, Logan Thomas, Andrew Wylie, Chase Roullier, Tyler Larsen, Efe Obada, Cole Holcomb, Jeremy Reaves
Washington re-sign two more players
Final day of tampering before free agency "starts"