Why not bring in a few running backs into camp. Wisconsin's John Clay and Virginia Tech's Darren Evans went undrafted, but both run hard between the tackles and can block.
They might not make the team, but both have the ability to beat sixth-round pick Evan Royster out for a job.
Bringing in a ton of linebackers would be smart. They only need to look a few miles up the road to ask Maryland Terrapins Alex Wujciak or Adrian Moten to try out.
Moten would be the type to help on special teams, and he is smart with good leadership abilities. He might add depth at outside linebacker also.
Wujciak was a tackling machine in college, racking up 381 on his career. While the knock on him is a lack of athleticism, he was always around the ball for the Terps.
He is an inside linebacker who might help the team for two downs before coming out on pass plays. Think Neil Olkewicz.
Yet there are also two other linebackers to consider. Scott Lutris started all four years for the Connecticut Huskies and had 341 tackles despite missing time because of injuries.
He is a type of player who could be a starter as a strong side linebacker because he is smart and is always around the ball. Lutris needs to improve his pass coverage ability, but he does have enough speed to cover a tight end or running back.
It seems his injury history kept him undrafted, so the Redskins should try to bring him into camp.
Many scouts liked the hard-nosed run stopping ability of Central Michigan University's Nick Bellore. While he isn't fast or athletic, Bellore never quits on a play and excels at stopping the run.
Some scouts had him a mid-round prospect, so it wouldn't hurt Washington to bring him into camp.