Best and Worst Moves Made by Washington Redskins in Free Agency

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Best and Worst Moves Made by Washington Redskins in Free Agency
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Robert Griffin III will be glad to see Jason Hatcher on his team in 2014.

It's been a relatively low-key start to free agency for Jay Gruden and his Washington team, but fans will draw some comfort from this.

Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen forewent the big-name signings and focused on the draft, and despite the cap space available, that diligence seems to be continuing with the new regime.

That's not to say that every move has been laudable or readily understandable. The following pages look at the best and the worst moves made by Gruden and the front office so far.

 

Note: All salary information is taken from Spotrac.com.

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