The Washington Redskins, in the first offseason of Ron Rivera’s tenure, are clearly in rebuild mode. Their attempts to be aggressive in free agency failed, and as a result, they reverted to low-cost, low-risk, and high-upside signings across the board.
At the end of it all, you could argue that the Redskins only got one surefire starter — Kendall Fuller — amidst a crop of free agent acquisitions that currently numbers over a dozen. Heading into April, there are still a great deal of questions that need answering across the Redskins roster.
But maybe that’s how Rivera wanted it.