Rosters have been cut to 53 players, which means that the NFL's regular season is officially here. For the Washington Redskins and new head coach Jay Gruden, it means that the transition from the previous regime to now will finally be put to the test.
As a first-year head coach, Gruden's roster moves and cuts will be heavily scrutinized throughout the season.
There weren't many surprise cuts made, and most of the roster was more or less established coming out of the third preseason game—if not before then.
Even though the franchise just underwent a major coaching change, the roster doesn't look vastly different from last season's or that of the year before, when the Redskins won the NFC East with a 10-6 record.
Here's a look at how the Redskins' final 53-man roster grades out thus far.