Originally written on Blog So Hard Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14

The Washington Redskins’ late season push to win the NFC East has given many in Redskins Nation hope that the future is brighter than ever. With that being said, the Skins will need to build on their success and get better through a series of off-season moves, including re-signs, free agents, and the draft among others. Let’s take a look at how they should approach this very important off-season. - 2013 Re-signs/restructure: 1. Re-sign Rob Jackson (probably won’t stay though) 2. Franchise Fred Davis 3. Re-sign Lorenzo Alexander 4. Re-sign Kory L to a long term deal 5. Re-sign Chris Baker to be our back up NT 6. Re-sign Tyler Polumbus to compete with Tom Compton and Rookie 7. Re-sign Kedric Golston 8. Tender Restricted Free Agents Darrel Young and Logan Paulsen 9. Restructure Santana Moss and DeAngelo Hall to create cap room to add free agents 10. Cut Jamaal Brown after June 1st 2013 Free Agency: 1. Sign Keenan Lewis to be our starting CB opposite Hall, putting Wilson at #3 2. Sign Dashon Golston to be starting FS. Keep Meriweather at SS 3. Sign Ryan Harris to compete with Tyler Polumbus, Tom Compton, and Oday Aboushi for the starting RT and back up tackle positions 4. Sign Larry Grant (Reserve ILB 49ers) to be a reserve for us and take Fletch’s spot when he retires 2013 NFL Draft: 2nd Round: Oday Aboushi, RT Virginia 3rd Round: DJ Swearinger, FS, South Carolina 4th round: Travis Howard, CB, Ohio State 5th Round: Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama 5th Round: Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky 6th Round: Josh Boyce, WR, TCU 7th Round: Marcus Latimore, RB, South Carolina 2013 Roster: QB: RG3, Cousins RB: Morris, Royster, Helu FB: Young TE: Davis, Paulsen, Paul WR: Garcon, Morgan, Moss, Hankerson, Briscoe, Boyce LT: TWilliams, Compton LG: Kory L, Hurt C: Montgomery, LeRibeus RG: Chester, Gettis RT: Harris, Oday Aboushi RDE: Bowen, Golston NT: Cofield, Baker, Neild LDE: Carriker, Jenkins ROLB: Orakpo, Jackson RILB: Fletcher, Grant, Robinson LILB: Riley, Nico Johnson LOLB: Kerrigan, Alexander CB: Lewis, Hall, Wilson, Howard, Crawford SS: Meriweather, Gomes FS: Golston, Dj Swearinger KR: Helu PR: Crawford K: Forbath LS: Sundberg P: Rocca Practice squad: 1. Quanterus Smith, OLB, Western Kentucky 2. Chase Minifield, CB 3. Jordan Bernstein, DB 4. Anunoby, Chigbo DL 5. Boyle, Pat G 6. Jordan Rodgers, QB, Vanderbilt Injured Reserve: Marcus Latimore, RB Related posts: Waiving the White Flag for the Redskins Season? What Will 2013 Bring For The Washington Wizards? 5 Keys for a Home Playoff Victory for the Washington Redskins

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