4 high-profile Commanders players who might not make the team in 2023

(Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) Logan Thomas
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Logan Thomas – Commanders TE

Eric Bieniemy is clearly having a big say in personnel moves on offense following his eye-catching switch to the Washington Commanders. This is part of the increased responsibilities promised as the respected figure looks to convince people he’s worthy of becoming an NFL head coach once and for all.

This hasn’t transitioned to the tight-end room as yet. The Commanders have publicly stated their happiness with the team’s current options, even though the production in recent years does nothing to back up this statement.

It would be a big disappointment if the Commanders overlooked what’s widely projected to be one of the deepest draft classes for tight ends in recent memory. Something that could give them a long-term, sustainable solution to what’s become an ongoing complication.

Just what this would mean for Logan Thomas‘ future aspirations is anyone’s guess. The former quarterback has the athleticism to make a significant difference, but injuries and poor performances have hindered his growth considerably in recent years.

With just 323 receiving yards and one touchdown last season, Thomas’ role might not be clear-cut. Especially if a talented college prospect is acquired and the likes of Armani Rodgers or Cole Turner take a giant leap forward.

Cutting Thomas after June 1 saves the Commanders $6.92 million. This is something else that could factor into their thought process.

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