Allen will realize there are still holes on his roster and players among the undrafted free-agent pool who can fill them. The Redskins conducted some pretty solid business during the draft, managing to address a handful of obvious needs.
They grabbed another prolific outside pass-rusher to support linebackers Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan. Washington also boosted its depth along the offensive front by adding two tough blockers on the second day.
Allen even found time to land a capable cornerback and continue revamping 2013's diabolical special teams. New head coach Jay Gruden will be pleased he managed to snare a pair of intriguing weapons for his offense.
But the post-Mike Shanahan regime still needs to bolster its defensive line depth and maybe add a safety to compete among a crowded group of veterans.
Stick with this tracker for news on the undrafted rookies who will make their way to Washington.