Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
This slide mostly pertains to the safety position, seeing as how the Redskins have done nothing—aside from re-signing Brandon Meriweather to a one-year deal—to upgrade one of the team's worst positions from a season ago.
But even at cornerback, while re-signing DeAngelo Hall felt like a must, not landing a guy like Captain Munnerlyn or Corey Graham—instead signing Tracy Porter to a small deal—doesn't do much to boost their defense.
No one should have an issue with the Redskins electing not to back up the armored truck to Aqib Talib's house, or Jairus Byrd's front door, but there's a lot left to be desired in the secondary if you're a Redskins fan.
It's not a very well-populated market nowadays, with guys like Antonio Cromartie, Carlos Rogers and Ryan Clark appearing to be the top names. But signings are still possible, as are mid-round picks come early May.