5 Commanders players who likely played their final game with the team

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The Washington Commanders will have a number of important decisions to make this offseason. Following a disappointing end to the 2022 season, the Commanders are looking to better position themselves for a playoff run in 2023.

That will include finding an answer for the quarterback position, whether that answer is Sam Howell or someone else. It will also include fixing the offensive line, extending Daron Payne, and making some additions to the defense.

This is a pivotal offseason for a Commanders team that hopes to compete for the NFC East crown in an ultra-competitive division. But if change is going to occur, a roster overhaul of sorts must happen as well.

With that in mind, which Commanders players have likely played their final game with the team? We take a look at five realistic options.

5. Tyler Larsen, C, Commanders

You could pick any number of the numerous Commanders offensive linemen set to hit free agency to be on this list, and this won’t be the only offensive lineman on this list either.

Tyler Larsen started eight games for Washington at center in 2022, his second season with the team. Larsen was the fourth player to start at center for the Commanders last season when he took over in Week 6.

Ultimately, Larsen is a backup-caliber center who was only thrust into a starting role due to injury. He’s also dealt with injuries of his own in each of his two seasons with the Commanders.

You could also consider throwing the oft-injured Chase Roullier on this list, but it seems even more likely that Larsen’s time with Washington has come to an end.