Roger Goodell hasn't gotten any nicer, and the salary cap hasn't magically made room.
The Redskins are still stuck.
Lodged between a rock and a hard place when it comes to addressing their team needs via free agency, Washington simply doesn't have the cash to sign a free agent or compete with other teams in an attempt to land the same guy.
Since releasing cornerback DeAngelo Hall last week—a move that helped free up some cap space—tight end Fred Davis remains a free agent and the Redskins are still without substantial starters or depth in the secondary.
Before entering the draft next month, it'd be nice to see the Redskins land Hall's replacement and maybe an extra body to help patch the holes.
Here are the team's best (perhaps, affordable) options.