Every year, undrafted free agents come out of the woodwork to find spots on NFL rosters. Could Marshall defensive lineman Ryan Bee have a chance at making the Washington Redskins?
Last season, there was a lot of buzz around the Washington Redskins’ undrafted free agent crop. The deep 2018 draft caused many players that would have been drafted to slip out of the draft entirely. As a result, Washington pounced and added many quality players to their roster.
After cuts in ’18, a few undrafted free agents ended up on the Redskins. They were WR Cam Sims, C Casey Dunn, and CB Danny Johnson. Right now, all three are still on the 90-man roster. In 2019, they will look to find similar success and depth for their roster.
That said, the 2019 undrafted free agent class that the ‘Skins brought in isn’t quite as inspiring as last year’s class. There are still a handful of players that may make a case for the active roster, but there aren’t as many clear-cut roster options of this group.
However, one of the best options that the Redskins brought in was Marshall defensive lineman Ryan Bee. The productive member of the Thundering Herd has a lot of tools that teams look for in backups in the trenches, and his upside is very high. He could challenge for a spot on the Redskins team, but he may be facing an uphill battle given the depth they have on the defensive line.
Here’s an in-depth look at Bee and what he could end up bringing to the Redskins’ roster.