Making Call on the Washington Redskins' Hardest Remaining Cuts

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Making Call on the Washington Redskins' Hardest Remaining Cuts
Richard Lipski/Associated Press

Difficult choices loom at the skill positions for new Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden. Two running backs and a veteran wide receiver are among Gruden's hardest remaining cuts.

For the receiver, the performances of a fifth-round rookie might actually make Gruden's decisions easier. However, he'll have to weigh those performances and the potential they represent against losing a veteran leader.

At running back, Gruden obviously has to thin the crowd. Only Alfred Morris and Roy Helu Jr. have clearly defined roles among a group featuring as many as four more potential options.

Defensively, a try-hard lineman could finally find himself pushed off the roster.

Here are the five hardest remaining cuts facing Gruden, along with the calls he should make.

All statistics and rankings via NFL.com.

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