4 Commanders with plummeting stock after 2024 offseason workouts

These Commanders players have their work cut out after early offseason workouts.
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Early offseason workouts were a chance for the Washington Commanders to focus on football once again. There was no respite for fans during an overwhelming period of change for the organization once the 2023 campaign concluded. Implementing different ideas and raising spirits was the primary objective for head coach Dan Quinn during his opening preparations as head coach.

It's been incredibly positive to see. The Commanders look refreshed, inspired, and ready to make noise. There's also a level of purpose and structure to enhance the culture that was severely lacking during Ron Rivera's four-year tenure.

People around the NFL are starting to view the Commanders differently. Many believe they can be a dangerous outfit with Jayden Daniels under center. It might take a little longer to firmly enter the postseason picture, but things are looking up following decades of abject failure.

That's not the case for everybody. With this in mind, here are four Commanders players with plummeting stock following the team's early offseason workouts in 2024.

Mitchell Tinsley - Commanders WR

Mitchell Tinsley was a Cinderella story last summer. The undrafted free agent rose from obscurity to rightfully earn his place on the 53-man roster. Unfortunately for the wide receiver, Ron Rivera didn't trust the wideout enough to get him into the rotation.

Tinsley was barely active on game days. He remains an unknown quantity, but the Commanders' new regime wasn't going to wait around on the off chance he made the strides needed.

Luke McCaffrey and Olamide Zaccheaus both impressed over early workouts and immediately surpassed Tinsley on the wide receiver depth chart. Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint - another undrafted free agent - also gained momentum during his early transition into the franchise.

This doesn't bode well for Tinsley. A huge effort during Washington's training camp is needed to retain his place on the 53-man roster. If not, then a place on the practice squad to continue his development seems likely.