3 perfect targets for the Redskins’ offense in free agency

Dwayne Haskins, Redskins
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The Washington Redskins are fresh off of a disappointing season that ended with the team at 3-13. Jay Gruden was fired and the team found their new head coach in former Carolina Panthers’ head coach Ron Rivera. It is truly a new era of football in Washington.

While the season as a whole was rough, there were some good things that came out of it. Obviously, upgrading at head coach is the first good thing. Then comes rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins, who showed some signs of development and legitimate starting ability down the stretch.

Looking ahead to the upcoming offseason, the Redskins will likely look to shake their roster up a bit. Washington isn’t going to spend huge in free agency, but they do need to make some additions in order to improve for 2020.

Free agency has quite a few big names available, but there are also some value steals to be had. Washington should be looking at value steals and possibly to swing for the fences if the right fit is available.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at three perfect free agency targets for the Redskins on the offensive side of the football.

3 Comments

  1. Like the Jack Conklin idea for sure but don’t really like the Henry Hunter idea… To move on from Jordan Reed for another TE that’s always hurt is stupid… I think the team should go with Eric Ebron… And Amari Cooper is too much money for all the holes that need to be filled… Just sign Robby Anderson & call it a day

  2. Those three would be a dream scenario for the skins. If we got a pick or two for Trent Williams and maybe Kerrigan and picked up a late first and a second we could be better than most think next year. Cooper would give us one of the top receiver cores in the league for 4-5 years. We also have minimum spending on our wideouts now so a 20 million cap hit is justified and we should target wideouts more next year due to the lack of tight ends. I would love that signing especially.

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