|Offense||10th||135.2 (7th)||234.4 (15th)|
|Defense||18th||110.6 (14th)||243.5 (20th)|
|39||Amerson, David||FS||6-1||205||12/8/1991||2||North Carolina State|
|55||Barnett, Nick (FA)||LB||6-2||228||5/27/1981||12||Oregon State|
|30||Biggers, E.J.||FS||6-0||185||6/13/1987||6||Western Michigan|
|19||Briscoe, Dezmon (FA)||WR||6-2||210||8/31/1989||4||Kansas|
|94||Carriker, Adam (FA)||DE||6-6||300||5/6/1984||8||Nebraska|
|25||Clark, Ryan||DB||5-11||205||10/12/1979||13||Louisiana State|
|8||Clingan, Blake||P||6-3||233||12/7/1988||R||Central Florida|
|68||Compton, Tom||T||6-5||308||5/10/1989||2||South Dakota|
|12||Cousins, Kirk||QB||6-3||209||8/19/1988||3||Michigan State|
|20||Crawford, Richard||CB||5-11||188||8/1/1990||3||Southern Methodist|
|83||Davis, Fred (FA)||TE||6-4||247||1/15/1986||7||USC|
|37||Doughty, Reed (FA)||SS||6-1||206||11/4/1982||9||Northern Colorado|
|59||Fletcher, London (FA)||ILB||5-10||242||5/19/1975||17||John Carroll|
|88||Garcon, Pierre||WR||6-0||212||8/8/1986||7||Mount Union|
|90||Geathers, Clifton||DE||6-8||340||12/11/1987||4||South Carolina|
|10||Griffin III, Robert||QB||6-2||217||2/12/1990||3||Baylor|
|8||Grossman, Rex (FA)||QB||6-1||225||8/23/1980||12||Florida|
|48||Gumbs, Jose (FA)||SS||5-10||210||4/20/1988||2||Monmouth (N.J.)|
|23||Hall, DeAngelo||CB||5-10||193||11/19/1983||11||Virginia Tech|
|85||Hankerson, Leonard||WR||6-2||211||1/30/1989||4||Miami (Fla.)|
|97||Hatcher, Jason||DE||6-6||299||7/13/1982||9||Grambling State|
|57||Hayward, Adam||LB||6-1||240||6/23/1984||8||Portland State|
|58||Hull, Josh (FA)||LB||6-3||245||5/21/1987||5||Penn State|
|50||Jackson, Rob||OLB||6-4||266||11/3/1985||6||Kansas State|
|51||Jenkins, Brandon||LB||6-2||251||2/9/1990||2||Florida State|
|55||Jordan, Akeem||LB||6-1||230||8/17/1985||8||James Madison|
|53||Kehl, Bryan (FA)||LB||6-2||243||6/16/1984||7||Brigham Young|
|47||Kimbrough, Jeremy||LB||5-11||240||5/22/1991||2||Appalachian State|
|66||Lauvao, Shawn||G||6-3||315||10/26/1987||5||Arizona State|
|67||LeRibeus, Josh||G||6-2||315||7/2/1989||3||Southern Methodist|
|78||Lichtensteiger, Kory||G||6-2||284||3/22/1985||6||Bowling Green State|
|3||Malone, Robert||P||6-2||215||2/4/1988||3||Fresno State|
|31||Meriweather, Brandon||SS||5-11||197||1/14/1984||8||Miami (Fla.)|
|85||Miller, Gabe||DE||6-3||257||12/5/1987||3||Oregon State|
|15||Morgan, Josh (FA)||WR||6-1||220||6/20/1985||7||Virginia Tech|
|46||Morris, Alfred||RB||5-10||218||12/12/1988||3||Florida Atlantic|
|89||Moss, Santana||WR||5-10||189||6/1/1979||14||Miami (Fla.)|
|34||Mouton, Ryan (FA)||DB||5-9||184||9/23/1986||4||Hawaii|
|95||Neild, Chris||NT||6-2||325||12/1/1987||4||West Virginia|
|40||Nelson, Kyle||LS||6-2||240||10/3/1986||3||New Mexico State|
|47||Quinn, Richard (FA)||TE||6-4||264||9/6/1986||3||North Carolina|
|56||Riley, Perry (FA)||ILB||6-0||238||5/3/1988||5||Louisiana State|
|12||Roberts, Andre||WR||5-11||195||1/9/1988||5||The Citadel|
|34||Robinson, Trenton||DB||5-9||193||2/16/1990||3||Michigan State|
|11||Robinson, Aldrick||WR||5-10||181||11/24/1988||3||Southern Methodist|
|6||Rocca, Sav (FA)||P||6-5||263||11/20/1973||8||No College|
|22||Royster, Evan||RB||6-1||216||11/26/1987||4||Penn State|
|51||Sharpton, Darryl||LB||5-11||235||1/1/1988||5||Miami (Fla.)|
|41||Thomas, Phillip||SS||6-0||210||3/1/1989||2||Fresno State|
|25||Thompson, Chris||RB||5-8||187||10/20/1990||2||Florida State|
|37||Thompson, Peyton||DB||5-11||180||9/26/1990||1||San Jose State|
|90||Worthington, Doug||DT||6-5||311||8/10/1987||3||Ohio State|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
"Jordan Reed is one of the more exciting, young NFL players based on what I've seen with his movement and getting in and out of breaks and his natural hands," Gruden said. "His feel for the game is exciting. We just have to make sure he stays healthy and stays on the field. That's something that's hard to do these days with the physicality of the game. As far as his natural routes and feel for the position, we're excited to work with him."
Reed dealt with concussion problems as a rookie in 2013, but he finished with 45 catches for 499 yards and three touchdowns.
What Jackson offers the Redskins is a playmaker with great deep speed -- the kind of speed that forces defenses to play back their safeties so they don't get burned. With D-Jax on one side and a very quick Pierre Garcon on the other, there will probably be few situations where the safeties will drop into the box and "dare" the Redskins to throw like they did last season.
That opens up a world of possibilities for Morris' stats.
Now there's some concern that he might get someone taking reps from him this season but I will say this: Morris has done nothing to lose his grip on the primary rushing workload. New head coach Jay Gruden won't mess with him, I don't think. Besides, Gruden was part of the Bengals brain trust that signed BenJarvus Green-Ellis in the spring of 2012 and then gave him 278 carries. Morris is better than Green-Ellis, don't you think?
I expect to project Morris for at least 1,300 total yards and at least nine touchdowns this season. He's a Top 15 player for me.
Morgan had fallen out of favor in Washington and suffered with some of his worst numbers -- just 214 yards and no touchdowns despite playing 14 games.
Meriweather had a tumultuous tenure with the Redskins, tallying 76 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and three interceptions over 14 games (two seasons; he hurt his knees in 2012).
Fletcher, on the other hand, is a candidate for the Hall of Fame after closing out a 16-year career without missing a single game. He is retiring.
He has 43 interceptions since 2004, second most in that span behind Asante Samuel's 49.
Receiver Santana Moss said via an ESPN podcast that Griffin "looks more comfortable because he don't have to worry about that brace. I think the brace was the big discomfort last year. You know, he’s a young guy with those fiery legs that want to do so much, and that brace probably gave him a little pinch in the behind because he couldn't do the things that he was normally accustomed to doing. You can already see, when we're out there in conditioning and stuff, he's running around, looking like the old Robert Griffin."
And former tight end Chris Cooley, currently one of the team's radio broadcasters, said "he's another person right now. I was like, 'you're running unbelievably well.' It was silly to watch. ... When you watch him run, you're like, 'You're a freak. You're seriously a freak.'"
"Not once, twice," Jackson said about how often he'd play the Eagles. "There's going to be something special about those two games for sure."
Jackson also claimed all the discussion about him being a bad teammate is off base.
"As far as being a bad energy in the locker room, none of that stuff ever occurred," he said via NFL.com. "I love my teammates, I love to go out there and do the things I can to help my team win and at the end of the day, that's all it's about."
Baker, 26, was credited by coaches with 46 tackes, 26 solo, and his first career sack Week 7 against the Bears.
"There's a lot of different fronts we can play, that (defensive coordinator Jim Haslett) can play. [Hatcher] can do a lot of different things," Gruden said per the Washington Post. "That's why he's so important to us because he's so versatile. There's not a position on that defensive line he can't play. We'll go out and play with our new toy when we get to training camp and figure out what we can do with him. In talking to him, after we signed him, Jason is champing at the bit. A lot of people had him viewed as, 'I just want to be a 3-technique in a 4-3.' That's not true at all. He wants to move around, be a 4, be a 5, be a 3. That makes him more effective."
Wide receiver Aldrick Robinson was targeted 10 times, but only managed three catches for 33 yards. The 10 targets were a season-high for Robinson.
Washington finishes the season 3-13, and several changes to personnel and the coaching staff are expected in the offseason.
Long snapper Kyle Nelson was signed to replace Sundberg, and linebacker Josh Hull was added to replace Kehl.
The website projects Hankerson as a backup in 2014, with the Redskins still looking for a starter opposite Pierre Garcon.
"Griffin might not have a laser arm like Michael Vick -- few do -- but it's a very good arm and it's certainly one that should connect with Jackson down the field. Oh, there's also Griffin's ability to extend plays with a group as fast as this one. That, too, should lead to headaches for opposing defensive coordinators in the week leading up to facing this offense."
Thompson tore his labrum last season, his ACL in 2012.
Davis fell out of favor with the Redskins last season, and is coming up on free-agency already facing an indefinite suspension as a part of his violation.
“No. no. nothing,” Gruden said. “We’re excited to have Kirk. You need two great quarterbacks on your team. you never know. The way Robert plays and the style he plays with, you never know what can happen. Injuries are a part of the game. You need two excellent quarterbacks and we’re fortunate to have two of the better quarterbacks.”
Forbath hit field goals in all but the third quarter. He had successful attempts from 22, 36 and 47 yards out. He also had two extra points. Forbath will take on the Giants Week 17.
The report says Helu reached the "proven performance escalator," a clause in the collective bargaining agreement that rewards players who were drafted in the third through seventh rounds who are entering the final year of their rookie contract. That means Helu, who was supposed to earn a base salary of $645,000 this season, will instead earn a base salary of $1,389,000.
Helu qualified for the clause by playing in more than 35 percent of the Redskins’ offensive plays during two of his first three seasons.
Helu, the most notable of the three, played a decent number of snaps in relief of Alfred Morris, but he finished with just three carries for 5 yards and one catch for 4. Morgan had three catches for 29 yards, and Williams had one catch for 4.
The Redskins host the Cowboys in Week 16.
Long snapper Kyle Nelson was signed to replace Sundberg, and linebacker Josh Hull was added to replace Kehl.
"I felt great coming into  and I was hoping I could better my stats and help the offense more," Roberts told ESPN. "But I wasn't able to do that. Being a competitor and a receiver who wants the ball every play -- you obviously can't get the ball every play -- but I have that mentality. Whenever there's a pass play I want the ball in my hands and I think I can do something special with it. When you don't get the opportunity, it was definitely really frustrating for me."
Roberts figures to be the third receiver for the Redskins this season, provided Jackson and Garcon stay healthy. He also assumes he'll return kickoffs and punts, which appeals to him.
"Just because you don’t agree on something doesn’t mean that you’re apart," Golston said. He added that the team still has confidence in head coach Mike Shanahan. The team has been under some criticism after quarterback Robert Griffin III had some strange post-game comments following the team's loss to the Eagles. Both Griffin and Shanahan have downplayed the comments.
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