The Washington Redskins have managed to avoid the word “rebuilding” throughout the course of this offseason. In spite of the new additions to the roster and coaching staff, the general feeling about the 2014 season is that of renewal as opposed to repair.
General feelings aside, the Redskins roster is not without its projects, which could factor greatly into the success or failure of the coming season.
Beyond new head coach Jay Gruden’s transition from offensive coordinator, the Redskins are faced with projects along the offensive line, in the secondary and in the middle of the defense.
Here are the most pressing projects the Redskins need to address during training camp.