The Washington Redskins offseason has mostly wrapped up. Here are the grades for their entire offseason.
We’re now over a week into May, and that means that we’re officially hitting the dregs of the NFL offseason. There are still some big-name players that remain unsigned, but aside from those potential signings, most teams will only make minor changes and additions to their roster moving forward.
The Washington Redskins don’t figure to make any more splash moves this offseason. While there is a sliver of hope that the team could sign a free agent now that we’re past the compensatory pick deadline, it seems more likely that they will stick with what they have and maybe target some budget options to fill out their 90-man roster.
So, basically, that means that the major acquisition point of the Redskins’ 2019 offseason is virtually over. And if it isn’t and they do target another big move, consider the previous sentence a bit of a reverse jinx. Still, it would be a surprise if they make another big move in the near future.
With that said, it’s time to take a look at the ‘Skins’ offseason in its entirety. Here’s a look at grades for the ‘Skins during their offseason activities, starting with the changes they made to their coaching staff.