Originally written on Blog So Hard Sports  |  Last updated 10/19/14
According to Spo Track salaries, the Washington Redskins have $2.2 million that the could possibly spend in Free Agency. That is not a whole lot to work with, and luckily the Redskins addressed some specific position needs in the draft. With that being said, there are still a few holes that could be filled via free agency. Here are the 10 best free agents left that could be a fit for Washington:   1. Eric Winston, RT – Formerly of the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs. I can’t believe he is still available. Washington contacted him last year, but haven’t this year… so far. If he needs a team during training camp, we could get him at a reduced price. 2. Richard Seymour, DE –  The former New England Patriot and Oakland Raider is still a free agent. With Adam Carriker’s injury problems, it might be worth signing Seymour. I’m really not sure how much Carriker is going to be able to play this year and when he does, how effective will he be? 3. Quintin Mikell, S – Former St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles safety. Last year was his best season in his 10 year career as he had 101 tackles, 83 solo, 3 sacks and a FF. 4. Israel Idonije, DE – As a member of the Chicago Bears, he abused Polumbus in preseason last year sacking RG3 twice. He would be a good situational pass rusher on 3rd downs if Washington took a 3-4 DE and Cofield off the field on 3rd downs. He had 7.5 sacks last year. 5. Brandon Moore, G — Formerly of the NY Jets. Moore was the only guard in he NFL last year not to allow his quarterback to hit the ground once all season. 6. Thomas Howard, ILB — Former Cincinnati Bengal and Oakland Raider. He is going to be 30 years old in July and coming off an ACL tear in week one last year but he’d be a good signing for competition in a spot where it is needed. 7. Brandie James, ILB — Played for the Texans and Cowboys. Last season he had 77 tackles. It might be a good idea to bring him in for competition in a position group that has questionable depth. 8. Corey Lynch, S — Just like with Eric Winston, I can’t believe he is still available. I thought the Redskins should have signed him before the draft. He’s a versatile safety that can play either strong or free. If Meriweather isn’t healthy enough to play, it would make sense for the Skins to sign Lynch. I actually believe if we signed him, he’d be the favorite to start week one at FS. 9. Kerry Rhodes, FS — The former New York Jet and Arizona Cardinal continued his high level of play last year as Arizona’s last line of defense. He was part of an Arizona defense that looked dominant in the beginning of 2012. He logged 4 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, and a sack to go with 67 total tackles. 10. Sedrick Ellis, NT — Former New Orleans Saint 7th overall draft pick. He never quite lived up to his potential in New Orleans. That being said, he is still talented and would be a good addition for a reserve role for the Redskins. 11. Paris Lennon, LB — Formerly of the Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. He’s only missed one game the last nine years and had over 100 tackles 4 of the last 6 seasons. He’s been a team captain his last two seasons and had 7 sacks and 3 INTs with Arizona the last 3 seasons.   Related posts: 10 Free Agents The Redskins Should Go After Redskins Still Have Some Options In Free Agency Reports are Brian Orakpo is 100%

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