What We've Learned About Washington Redskins After the Start of Free Agency

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What We've Learned About Washington Redskins After the Start of Free Agency
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Despite being linked to high-profile free agents, Snyder and the Redskins didn't make headlines the first day of free agency.

After two consecutive offseasons in free-agency purgatory, the Washington Redskins entered the 2014 offseason without the NFL-mandated $36 million cap penalty saddling their cap sheet.

Entering the March 11 start of free agency, Washington had $18.6 million in cap space to spend, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post.

Notorious for investing heavily in top free agents, Washington owner Daniel Snyder resisted the primal urge to spend that landed him free-agent busts like Albert Haynesworth in the past.

Is this a signal that Snyder is letting general manager Bruce Allen call the shots? Or did top free agents simply not consider Washington as a potential landing spot?

Let's find out. Here's what we've learned about the Redskins after the start of free agency.

 

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