For the first time in a long time, the Washington Redskins have a stable roster with all of the important pieces in place. Stability, though rare around these parts, means good things for the future but difficult decisions through preseason.
With less than a week left before teams are required to cut rosters down to 53, the Redskins have some tough choices ahead.
Washington plays its final preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will get its last good look at the players it has on the bubble for the final roster cut. Some decisions will be easier than others, but a few will make the Redskins think twice.
Here are some of the tougher roster cuts the Redskins will have to make heading toward the regular season.