Dyami Brown - Commanders WR
Considering how much the Washington Commanders have thrown the football this season under play-caller Eric Bieniemy, production from the wide receivers has been frustrating. Almost everyone is having trouble finding any sort of rhythm over a consistent period, which is extremely disappointing given the expectations before 2023.
Aside from Terry McLaurin and Jahan Dotson, nobody else should be considered a lock to be on the team in 2023. This is especially evident in Dyami Brown's case, who's once again flattered to deceive - leaving his long-term fortunes hanging in the balance.
There was hope Brown could come of age this season. His former college quarterback Sam Howell became the Commanders' starting quarterback, but he's been almost an innocent bystander again thanks to others being preferred and some crucial drops in key moments.
One would expect the Commanders to strengthen their wide receiver room next spring regardless of whether Howell is the QB1 or it's someone else. With one year remaining on his rookie deal, Washington's new staff could decide to cut their losses with a player who simply hasn't put all his physical gifts together as yet.
Cutting Brown this offseason comes with $1.33 million saved and just $238,909 in dead money. This seems like a no-brainer depending on how many reinforcements are acquired.