Best and Worst Moves Washington Redskins Have Made in Free Agency

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Best and Worst Moves Washington Redskins Have Made in Free Agency
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Hail, victory.

The Washington Redskins have been one of the more quiet teams in free agency, thus far, largely due to their crippling cap penalties

The main objective of Washington’s offseason has been to keep as many pieces in place as it can, and the Redskins have done a pretty good job. The Redskins re-signed several key players from their 2012 team—guys like Darrel Young and Kedric Golston

They made their biggest splash of the offseason with the signing of cornerback E.J. Biggers, an economic move that will prove to be beneficial down the road. 

Given the abysmal history of the Redskins and big-name, free-agent signings, the cap penalties could be a blessing in disguise. The short leash that Washington has when it comes to free-agent spending has added up to a quiet, yet solid, offseason to date. 

That is not to say that there hasn’t been plenty of setbacks, though. 

While it is good that they are now forced to be mindful of their money, it has translated into key losses of great players such as Lorenzo Alexander and (probably) Fred Davis

There have been highlights, and there have been lowlights, but it has all added up to an interesting offseason for Washington so far. 

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