Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will immerse himself in new head coach Jay Gruden's playbook this offseason. He'll spend hours in the blistering heat working on timing with Pierre Garçon and Co. When the sun sets, he'll likely breakdown game film to ensure that the mistakes he made last season aren't repeated in 2014.
Yes, Griffin will do his part to make the Redskins winners again—but it's the organization's responsibility to make sure his tireless work isn't in vain.
In a season that netted three measly wins, there were plenty of cringe-worthy moments. But even if you added up all of the negative, nothing was more disconcerting than watching the franchise quarterback—the player who's expected to lead the Redskins back to glory—being helplessly battered in the pocket with no relief in sight.
This offseason, the right side of the offensive line needs an overhaul, whether it's done in free agency, through the draft or both.
Even without a first-round pick, Washington is in prime position to improve the unit responsible for keeping its long-term investment upright.
Let's take a look at five prospects on the offensive line who may be available when the Redskins are on the clock in this year's NFL draft.