The Washington Redskins‘ free agency methodology quickly became clear at the turn of the new year. The team seldom swung for the fences, and when they did, they came up just short. So instead, they dove into the bargain bin, adding low-risk, high-upside signings on short, cheap contracts. It’s a smart mode to operate in for a rebuilding team, and it’s also one that can be preserved long-term.
Case in point: A few weeks have now passed since the start of free agency, and the Redskins have made another signing in a similar vein to the ones before.