When free agency opens March 10, the Redskins will have more than $20 million in cap space and many holes to fill in a roster that’s expected to be overhauled.
If 2014 taught Redskins fans anything, expect to see a lot of guys line up behind center. Touted as the starter, Robert Griffin III started about half of Washington's games.
With 17 Redskins set to become free agents next month, GM Scot McCloughan must determine which players to extend and which players to let walk.
It's clear that trading LeSean McCoy was only a first step for Chip Kelly's remake of the Eagles.
The Redskins will be somewhat active in free agency but some of the more attractive players out there just aren't fits.