The Washington Redskins have quite a few players set to hit free agency this offseason, but their offensive line will be a particular focus.
This offseason, the Washington Redskins are going to have to make some decisions about their offensive line. As it stands, four of their active gameday linemen are going to be hitting free agency.
And this doesn’t even account for the fact that the team will almost certainly have to move on from Trent Williams this offseason after the team’s top tackle refused to play this season amid issues with the organization and the medical staff.
In reality, the Redskins will not only be potentially losing the four linemen, three of who are starters. They’re also going to be losing Williams. So, they could see as many as five offensive linemen walk during the offseason. And that’s not ideal.
The Redskins O-Line will look a lot different next year no matter what. But the team does have some decisions to make about the key pieces they have on the offensive line. Here’s an in-depth look at those key decisions and which players the team should try to retain.