5 Players Washington Redskins Shouldn't Bring Back Next Season

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5 Players Washington Redskins Shouldn't Bring Back Next Season
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Cousins' play in relief of Griffin should enable Washington to trade the quarterback for draft picks.

With a 3-11 record, and a healthy Robert Griffin III on the sideline, you could say that winning football games has become a secondary thought for what's left of the Washington Redskins' 2013 season.

Player evaluation has usurped winning, as Washington seeks to rid itself of the dead weight that has caused its fall to the bottom of the NFL standings.

Hence the question: Which players shouldn't the Redskins bring back in 2014?

Washington head coach Mike Shanahan may be on record, via CBSDC, that "everybody is playing for their jobs."

But for five Redskins, they shouldn't count on those jobs being in Washington.

Rather it be for salary cap reasons, poor performance or trade value, each player's exodus would allow the Redskins to boast a better team in 2014.

With that said, here are the five players who should be donning different uniforms in 2014.

 

 

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