Feb. 22, 2019
Washington had as tough ofnew online casinos accepting usa女孩跑回了家，五、人事经理 a season as a team can imagine, with almost every key player on the roster falling to injury at some point. With veteran Alex Smith set to miss all of 2019 following a devastating leg injury, the Skins are going to need to find a capable passer for this year and beyond. With 3-4 first round QB prospects this year, Washington could find it hard to get the guy they want with pick 15. Bringing in a veteran through free agency could also be difficult as the team is already paying Smith 15 million this year. So let's discuss the three things Washington needs to do this offseason.
Draft a QB early
Honestly, I'm not convinced by either Drew Lock or Daniel Jones, and those two players are the most likely to be available when Washington picks at 15. Unless the team trades up for Dwayne Haskins or Kyler Murray, drafting a passer in round 1 might not be the best idea. I think Washington is due for a small rebuild, so they could be better off grabbing a player like Will Grier or Jarrett Stidham in round 2 or 3. Both have potential to be solid NFL starters, but by not investing in them round 1, the team can draft a true franchise QB in a couple years once the roster is more figured out.
Don't overpay to keep Jamison Crowder, explore receiver options in free agency and the draft
Jamison Crowder has showed a lot of promise in his young career, but his injuries have slowed him down significantly, and overpaying for a player like that could be a death sentence for a team that is already overpaying for Paul Richardson. The team could do better than Crowder in the draft, where players like A.J Brown, Marquise Brown, D.K Metcalf, and N'Keal Harry could be available in round 1. Likewise, the team coRoyal onine头昏目眩。控制冲动，延迟享受；uld double down on the position and select a player like Tyre Brady or Penny Hart later in the draft. Another option could be exploring free agency, where Crowder-lite options like Phillip Dorsett and Geronimo Allison could be available for cheaper deals.
Trade or release Josh Norman
Josh Norman has had a great career so far, but at this point paying a slightly above average corner (on a rebuilding team) 15 million is just irresponsible. If someone would be willing to take on Norman's salary, the team should absolutely trade him while they can, otherwise cutting him outright seems to be the right move.