Free Agency – Current Roster
Unrestricted Free Agents
- Lamar Miller, RB – Re-signed, 3/17/21 to a one-year deal.
- Dustin Hopkins, K – Re-signed, 3/15/21 to a one-year deal.
- David Sharpe, OT – Re-signed, 3/17/21 to a one-year deal.
- Taylor Heinicke, QB – Re-signed, 2/10/20. Heinicke signed a two-year contract with incentives.
- Jared Norris, LB – Re-signed, 3/23/21
- Danny Johnson, CB/ST – Re-signed, 3/23/21
- Jeremy Sprinkle, TE – Sprinkle hasn’t been re-signed at this time and it seems likely that the Washington Football Team will move in a different direction.
- Ryan Kerrigan, DE – If Kerrigan is still unsigned after the draft, the Washington Football Team could offer him a new one-year deal.
- Fabian Moreau, CB – Signed with the Falcons, 3/24/21
- Mychal Kendricks, LB – Washington is not likely to re-sign Kendricks.
- Reuben Foster, LB – Washington is not likely to re-sign Foster.
- Ryan Anderson, LB – Signed with the Giants, 3/23/21.
- Thomas Davis, LB – Davis retired earlier this off-season.
- Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB – It was announced that KPL was going to the Texans on a two-year contract, but that deal hasn’t been signed yet.
- Ronald Darby, CB – He is now with the Denver Broncos after signing a three-year deal worth $30 million.
- Nick Sundberg, LS – The Washington Football Team will move on from Sundberg. In the first update, we mentioned that competition could be coming after some poor snaps over the last couple of years.
- Brandon Scherff, OG – Franchised, 3/9/21. A long-term deal could be signed before the start of the 2021 regular season.
Restricted Free Agents
- Cam Sims, WR – Tendered. Signed, 3/24/21. The Washington Football Team placed a late-round tender on Sims. He could be a target for other teams.
- Robert Foster, WR – Foster was not tendered and he recently signed a contract with the Dolphins.
Exclusive Rights Free Agents
- Kyle Allen, QB – Re-signed, 3/18/21. Allen has signed his one-year tender.
- Chase Roullier, C – Re-signed, 1/2/21. Four years, $40.5M, $19 guaranteed.
- Jonathan Allen, DE – Fifth-year option, 4/27/20. Allen will be playing with the 2021 option this year and he is likely to receive a new contract in 2022 or be franchised.
- Shaun Dion Hamilton, LB – Released, 1/11/21. He has signed with the Lions.
These players are on injured reserve for now, but that will change drastically in the coming weeks when OTAs, Mini-Camp, and Training Camp begin.
- Saahdiq Charles, OT/OG
- Matt Ioannidis, DT
- Kyle Allen, QB
- Deshazor Everett, SS/FS/ST
- Landon Collins, SS
- Geron Christian Sr., OT
- Greg Stroman, CB
- Bryce Love, RB
- Thaddeus Moss, TE
- Temarrick Hemingway, TE
- Michael Liedtke, OG
Physically Unable to Perform, NFI, DNR
Harmon and Hall are likely to return to the lineup in the coming weeks.
- Emanuel Hall, WR
- Kelvin Harmon, WR
This section will be updated as needed.
We don’t know if there will be a 2021 COVID opt-out for players. If it returns, we’ll list Washington Football Team players who choose this option.
2021 Dead Money Contracts
- Alex Smith, $8.6M
- Dwayne Haskins, $4.25M
- Derrius Guice, $346K
- Ross Pierschbacher, $155K
Re-structure Contract Candidates
- Landon Collins, LB
Possible Release Candidates
- Wes Martin, OG – How long will he last. His time in Washington is likely coming to an end.
- Peyton Barber, RB – Should he stay or should he go?
- Troy Apke, FS/ST – A special teamer only could be around in 2021, but that is the only reason why.
- David Steinmetz, OT – Steinmetz was added to the roster late in the 2020 season. It’s unlikely for him to be on the roster this fall.
- Marcus Baugh, TE – Baugh probably gets his walking papers later this summer.
- Steven Sims, WR/PR/KR – Sims has a lot to prove in OTAs, Mini-Camp, and Training Camp.
- Geron Christian, OT – Will he be supplanted by a draft choice this year?
- Bryce Love, RB – Oh, what could have been…
- Thaddeus Moss, TE – The fan favorite will need to show that past injuries are behind him.
- Greg Stroman, CB/PR – Does anyone remember him?
- Caleb Brantley, DE/DT – He opted out last season. Washington may opt-out from Brantley this season.