2 players the Washington Redskins should attempt to trade for

The Washington Redskins are hoping that Ron Rivera is the head coach that will finally turn around the franchise. For that to happen, the Redskins have to allow Rivera to build the team to his liking.

Upon accepting the job, Rivera understands that the most important aspect of the offseason is surrounding Dwayne Haskins with better talent on offense. Haskins is entering his second season in the NFL and could be competing for the starting job if Alex Smith is healthy.

Aside from Terry McLaurin, the Redskins lack playmakers in the passing game. Washington could choose to address their needs on offense in free agency or through the draft.

Along with free agency and the draft, the Redskins could also make some calls to teams in an attempt to make a trade. With that in mind, here are two players the Redskins should attempt to trade for this offseason.

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