Which Redskins Free-Agent Signing Was the Best Move of the Offseason?

April 3, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This year’s free agency period has been a pretty uneventful one in Washington, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they haven’t helped themselves. 
For the most part, the Redskins have worked to maintain their roster from last year; they re-signed key free agents such as tight end Fred Davis and veteran defensive end Kedric Golston.
They have also brought on two former Tampa Bay Buccaneers to bolster their two biggest needs in offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood and cornerback E.J. Biggers. Washington also signed pass-rusher Darryl Tapp to aid their already talented linebacker corps. 
While each of these signings are of good quality, it is up for debate as to which free agent will have the biggest pay-out. Sure, each of these players will likely have an impact on the team, but there is one guy who was simply a must-have. 
Although he missed a large part of last year with an Achilles injury, Davis is arguably the best, most consistent off...

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