Washington Redskins: Assessing the free agent defensive line market
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By Ian Cummings

LANDOVER, MD – SEPTEMBER 24: Defensive end Jonathan Allen #95 of the Washington Redskins during the the national anthem before the game against the Oakland Raiders at FedExField on September 24, 2017 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

The Washington Redskins need to add at least one or two more defensive linemen this offseason, regardless of the method.

The Washington Redskins currently have approximately $48 million in cap space. That number, however, will drop to $31 million when the Alex Smith trade becomes official on March 14, less than a week from today.

$31 million is a decent amount of money, but it’s not enough to condone reckless spending. The Washington Redskins, with all their various needs, must be careful with their money. Maybe not Terrell McClain careful, but they need to be fairly certain that they’re spending money on the right player.

Here at Riggo’s Rag, we’ve given you a look at some top options, and some options to steer clear of. But we haven’t yet given you the full picture, condensed into one article. That changes now. Want to know how the defensive lineman market is stacking up? We’ve got you covered. Turn the page, and take a...

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