Breaking down the Redskins’ offensive line depth chart for 2019
Practice squad hopefuls
Brian Wallace, Blake Hance, and Jerald Foster
The Redskins have been shuffling tackles like crazy, so Wallace and/or Hance could be off the team by the time you’re reading this. Both have some amount of upside, but Bill Callahan and Jay Gruden seem to be content to keep shuffling players until they find someone they like.
Both Wallace and Hance have well-built 6-foot-5 frames, but Wallace tips the scales at 317 compared to Hance’s 301. If Wallace can show similar athletic ability at that size, he may have the edge for a practice squad tackle spot (provided that he can beat out the fringe roster candidates for one).
Meanwhile, Foster has been on the team for a bit since being an undrafted free agent. They must like what he’s been doing enough to keep him around. That said, he still has a tough road beating out the other competition on the interior offensive line. For the moment, he is certainly behind Kerin and Dunn as they fight for a potential roster spot, so he may be best served fighting for a practice squad spot.
Realistically, these guys are young, but they are only replacement level players. Unless one surprises, don’t expect to see them on the 53-man roster this fall.