The Washington Redskins must use the 2014 NFL free agency and draft processes to get stronger up front on both sides of the ball. But as well as fortifying the trenches, the NFC East's basement team must also fix a downright awful secondary and special teams.
The good news is that with their cap penalty set to be lifted, the Redskins do have money to spend for the first time in two seasons. According to Overthecap.com, there should be just under $17.5 million in cap space.
The team can also create additional space by parting with several underperforming free agents. Severing ties with Fred Davis, Santana Moss, Joshua Morgan and Adam Carriker would save a healthy chunk of change and swell the kitty.
Here is a look at what Washington can do with its money this offseason, starting with the defensive line.