Commanders 53-man roster prediction after the 2023 NFL Draft

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How could the Washington Commanders' 53-man roster look now that their 2023 NFL Draft engagements have come to an end?

Through free agency and the NFL Draft, the Washington Commanders have added more than 25 new players to their roster. Some are high-profile picks and free agents who have started in the NFL. Many are under-the-radar kids trying to find a home with a pro team.

The Commanders may have gone into this off-season fairly confident in what they had at wide receiver, safety, and along the defensive line. But that didn’t stop them from signing players from every position group. And there will be more to come.

As teams assess their position after the draft, some valuable veterans may find themselves released due to salary cap constraints. That’s how the Commanders acquired starters like Charles Leno Jr. and Bobby McCain over the past few years.

So even though the opening day is obviously far, far away, let’s take an early look at how the Commanders' 53-man roster might shape up for the 2023 season.