10 roster cuts the Commanders must consider signing in 2023

The Commanders can still adjust their 53-man roster before Week 1.

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Commanders could sign David Quessenberry (OT)

Looking at the Washington Commanders' roster currently, there remain some depth issues on the offensive line that threaten to complicate matters in 2023. If one or two individuals go down with an injury, then it's not hard to see where the complications might emerge unless one of their young studs makes strides quicker than anticipated.

If the Commanders are looking for another option, then David Quessenberry fits the bill following his shock release by the Buffalo Bills. He has everything one looks for in a dependable swing tackle and might even be an upgrade on Cornelius Lucas with a smooth transition to a different environment.

Commanders could sign Zack Kuntz (TE)

Whether this is something the Commanders contemplate after keeping faith with Curtis Hodges despite an underwhelming offseason from the tight end remains to be seen. But Zack Kuntz is a similar size with better production to match.

Kuntz was a victim of the numbers game en route to his release by the New York Jets. The explosiveness is extraordinary for a man his size and there's just no telling what the Old Dominion product might be able to achieve under the expert offensive mind of Eric Bieniemy.

Commanders could sign Joejuan Williams (CB)

As previously stated, the Commanders could use another productive presence within the secondary despite adding Emmanuel Forbes and Quan Martin during the 2023 NFL Draft. Joejuan Williams is a name worth considering after his eye-catching release by the Minnesota Vikings.

Williams was performing well with the first string and even started their final preseason game before being moved on. However, the Vikings weren't willing to part ways with high draft picks such as Andrew Booth Jr., which will be somebody else gain in the near future.