Redskins Rumors: 5 Players Who Could Become Cap Casualties

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It’s going to be a big offseason for the Washington Redskins, a team that desperately needs to make improvements if it hopes to stay atop the NFC East in 2016. That all starts after the Super Bowl, at which point the team will be allowed to make roster moves.

When that time comes, you can be sure the Redskins will make a number of significant cuts in hopes of opening the necessary cap space to make those aforementioned improvements. Washington has a number of burning salary cap questions they must answer before free agency begins on March 9, and the time to answer those questions is just around the corner.

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So here they are. The five players that could very well become cap casualties before the Redskins are done making moves this offseason. Whether it’s due to poor performances or overpriced contracts, their futures with the team are far from assured.

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