Here are quick thoughts on each of the Redskins’ unrestricted free agents:
TE Fred Davis—Probably their top target among all free agents, there’s a decent chance he winds up back in Washington.
LB Lorenzo Alexander—The Redskins made an offer to Alexander last week but it was turned down, he’ll shop around but should be back.
KR Brandon Banks—The Redskins have moved on.
OT Jordan Black—Probably goes back into retirement, which is where he was before injuries forced the Redskins to give him a call due to injuries last fall.
OT Jammal Brown—The restructured his contract last year so that they could part ways with him this year.
TE Chris Cooley—Worked hard when he came back after Davis was injured but an encore in 2013 seems unlikely.
RB James Davis—He’s still on the team?
DL Kedric Golston—The returns of Adam Carriker and Chris Baker (who can play both end and NT) make Golston’s return an iffy proposition.
CB Cedric Griffin—He made $2 million as the team’s nickel back last year; he may be back but not at that price.
QB Rex Grossman—RG3’s knee could keep him employed this year as the team will need a third quarterback.
LB Bryan Kehl—Could be an alternative if Alexander goes elsewhere.
OT Tyler Polumbus—Started 15 games last year but general feeling is that the team can upgrade, perhaps significantly.
P Sav Rocca—The Aussie made $1.3 million last year and the cap may force the Redskins to hire a punter at something closer to minimum wage.
S Madieu Williams—He started every game but, like Polumbus, the organization is probably looking for an upgrade.
LB Chris Wilson—He made the team because he was supposed to be able to get to the quarterback but he had just half a sack all year.