Running back Matt Forte might still have some productive seasons left, but at age 30, the price would have to be right to entice Washington.
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Who will be the No. 1 running back in 2016 for the Washington Redskins? ESPN's John Keim breaks down rookie Matt Jones' game from this past season.
The Redskins have not yet had discussions with Pierre Garcon on a salary restructure, but they value his toughness and seem likely to extend him.
Watch out for Brandon Scherff in Year 2
The No. 5 overall pick from last year needs some work in pass pro, but he's already a mauling run blocker. Scherff makes Matt Bowen's honorable mention list from the 2015 class. Breakout candidates (Insider)
With Robert Griffin III's release from Washington all but inevitable, Mike Sando takes stock of which teams around the NFL could be interested in the QB's services once he hits the open market.
Linebacker Preston Smith proved coachable in his first season in Washington and finished second on the team with eight sacks, but there's work to do.
Prediction: Name change brings SB to D.C.
In a fun glimpse into the future, the Washington football team wins its first Super Bowl in 45 years after changing its name to the Americans, topping the Montreal Alouettes. Huh? The next 25 Super Bowls
Because Kirk Cousins only has one year as a starter under his belt, it's tough to compare him to other free agent quarterbacks in recent years.
Hampered with knee injuries and age, Jason Hatcher has to decide if he wants to return for another season.
Predicting Washington's offseason
John Keim thinks the Redskins will work out a multi-year deal with quarterback Kirk Cousins, saving them from using the franchise tag. His best guess is the deal will be worth around $18-20 million per year. Offseason predictions
Brandon Scherff, the No. 5 overall draft pick in 2015, showed solid footwork throughout the year and improved the use of his hands in pass protection.
Can you count on Kirk Cousins?
The Washington QB was on a roll to end the season, but he has an inconsistent track record. Where does he rank among fantasy quarterbacks in 2016? Way-too-early fantasy rankings
Washington's championship teams under Joe Gibbs were cohesive units built through the draft, a philosophy that produced lifelong friendships.
Considering Adam Hayward's age and injury history, the Redskins may opt to sign a younger, cheaper player to fill his special-teams role.
The Redskins have a few building blocks to make a dominant defense, but to get there they'll need to add several more pieces this offseason.
Washington has plenty to prove
Sure, a division title is nice. But Kirk Cousins & Co. need to show they're for real next year before our panel is convinced. Way-too-early Power Rankings
Crystal ball: RG III in Los Angeles?
Yes, Dan Graziano thinks one of the league's biggest names could be playing in Hollywood next season. But Graziano doesn't think Robert Griffin III would solve the Rams' problems. Crystal ball for 2016
Riding off into the sunset?
If Super Bowl 50 was indeed Peyton Manning's final game, Hollywood couldn't have scripted a better ending. The sure-fire Hall of Famer wouldn't be the first legend to finish on top.
Before they resort to releasing him, the Redskins plan to test the market for potential trades for Robert Griffin III.
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Rick Stanfel, who's representing his dad, new Hall of Famer Dick Stanfel who played for Detroit and Washington: "It's bittersweet that he's not here. ...Paused last time he didn't make it, then said, 'So what are we doing for dinner?'"
Not only did former Redskins offensive lineman Joe Jacoby have the physical and mental gifts to play in the NFL, he also had solid character.
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
Former Redskins tackle Joe Jacoby says via text that he did not get into the Hall of Fame. "Not this year," Jacoby texted. He was a finalist for the first time.
Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
"I have two memories - one is great, the other not so great." - John Riggins, recalling beating the Dolphins in 1983 and losing to the Raiders in 1984.
|2(6)||Preston Smith||DE||Mississippi State|
|6(5)||Kyshoen Jarrett||S||Virginia Tech|
|6(11)||Evan Spencer||WR||Ohio State|
|7(5)||Austin Reiter||C||South Florida|