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Offense: J.D. Walton, Josh Morgan, Santana Moss, Rex Grossman and Fred Davis.
Defense: Brian Orakpo, Perry Riley, Chris Baker, Darryl Tapp, Rob Jackson, E.J. Biggers, Reed Doughty, Josh Wilson, DeAngelo Hall and Nick Barnett.
Washington will enter the 2014 offseason with a marginal set of players headed for free agency. Of its 15 free agents, 10 are defensive players.
On this side of the ball, Orakpo, Hall and Riley are the key players the Redskins have to focus on re-signing.
In regards to Riley and Hall, the Redskins don't have much of a decision to make. With Washington keeping its 3-4 defense, it can't afford to lose Riley in the wake of London Fletcher's retirement.
A solid player in his tenure with the Redskins, it's unlikely that Riley will receive the type of contract on the open market that could discourage them from re-signing him.
This also applies to Hall. Despite tallying four interceptions in 2013, Hall isn't the cornerback that teams will covet in free agency. That would be Aqib Talib.
In a cornerback market flush with younger and better players like Alterraun Verner, Hall probably doesn't have a big payday on the horizon.
Unfortunately for the Redskins, the same can't be said for Orakpo.
In a free-agent landscape where the Paul Krugers of the league can net a $40 million deal despite owning only 15.5 career sacks, Orakpo could break some team's bank.
But will it be Washington's?
Considering the lack of alternatives available in free agency, and the cap space the Skins have available, the answer will be yes.
Turning the attention to the offensive end, the Redskins don't have any impact free agents. Morgan was a complete bust in Washington and Davis was cast in the shadow of Jordan Reed.
In regards to Moss, his best days are long behind him.
While his leadership and professionalism would be missed, Washington needs to find Garcon some help. And going on 35, Moss is no longer the player who can provide it.