After looking at the official list of cuts, the Redskins have 52 players on their roster.
There is one spot open, perhaps for a player to be acquired in a trade or in a waiver claim.
To be sure, there could be surprise or two still in waiting. And trades and waiver claims could further shake things up. But here is how it appears that it stands right now, with some quick analysis.
In (3): P Sav Rocca, LS Nick Sundberg, PK Billy Cundiff
This was set earlier this week when Neil Rackers and Graham Gano were released and Cundiff was signed.
Cornerback (4): DeAngelo Hall, Josh Wilson, Cedric Griffin, Richard Crawford
Safety (5): Brandon Meriweather, Madieu Williams, DeJon Gomes, Reed Doughty, Jordan Bernstine
The suspension of Tanard Jackson, who would have been one of the top three safeties, helped Bernstine land a spot. It is still somewhat odd that they are keeping four corners and five safeties and this is one of those areas where further moves could be made.
Outside (4): Brian Orakpo, Ryan Kerrigan, Rob Jackson, Chris Wilson
Inside (4): London Fletcher, Perry Riley, Lorenzo Alexander, Keenan Robinson
It was thought to be a battle between Wilson and Markus White for the last roster spot and Wilson won it. Bryan Kehl also was a surprise release.
In (6): Stephen Bowen, Jarvis Jenkins, Adam Carriker, Kedric Golston, Barry Cofield, Chris Baker
Running backs (4): Roy Helu Jr., Evan Royster, Darrell Young, Alfred Morris
The shocker of the day was the release of Tim Hightower. It was thought that the team would wait out until his knee, injured last October, got close to 100 percent.
Tight ends (3): Fred Davis, Niles Paul, Logan Paulsen
No drama here after Chris Cooley was released on Tuesday.
Wide receivers (7): Pierre Garçon, Leonard Hankerson, Josh Morgan, Santana Moss, Aldrick Robinson, Brandon Banks, Dez Briscoe
Banks will be more of a kick returner than a wide receiver so there are really six here. Briscoe beat out Anthony Armstrong for the last spot. Most thought Briscoe was the superior receiver during training camp and the preseason but there was a chance that Armstrong’s special teams play could keep him on the roster.
In (3): Robert Griffin III, Rex Grossman, Kirk Cousins
Rex Grossman was never, ever in any danger of being cut.
In (9): Trent Williams, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, Tyler Polumbus, Josh LeRibeus, Jordan Black, Adam Gettis, Maurice Hurt
While none of the individual names here is a surprise the overall number is. The Redskins have kept eight offensive linemen the last two years. But they did get burned to an extent last year when a rash of injuries hit the line.