The Washington Leaders Free Agency Blueprint, Part 2

The Washington leaders He added eight new players in the last NFL draft and thirteen uncredited free agents shortly thereafter. The front office has also signed two free agents in recent days.

After the NFL draft, the Washington captains quickly moved into the next phase of the season with a rookie camp and signing a pair of free agents. Online travel agencies, mini-camp, bootcamp, and introductory period will fill the calendar over the next 90 days, and the ongoing process of list building will continue.

This offset has been very productive for the leaders. They have been able to upgrade the following positions: midfielder (significantly), running back, wide receiver, tight end, offensive line, defensive line, and safety. I’m looking for leaders maybe Add Veteran Back And Cornerback within the next few weeks – possibly sooner.

Welcome to Part Two of the Washington Leaders Free Agency Blueprint. for us Highlights of the first update What could happen, but this update shows what has happened so far and the direction in which it could move forward in the coming weeks. There are many updates and the information presented to you today is currently up to date. We are now able to provide an update on the recruiting and unoccupied free agents who were recently signed to new contracts.

Feel free to use this chart as a reference in the spring, summer, and pre-season. We will have a final free agency chart published approximately two weeks before the season opens. For now, the focus shifts to the various camps, pre-season, and the final steps of free agency. Let’s go straight to Part 2 of our free agency chart.

current list

Unrestricted Free Agents

  • Troy Apke, Safety/Cornerback/Special Teams – Re-signed, 13/3/22.
  • John Bostick, Linebacker – Unlikely to return.
  • DeAndre Carter, Wide Receiver/Kickback Return – Site with Chargers, 4/7/22.
  • Jamil Douglas, offensive guard – signed with the Giants on 3/18/22.
  • Corn Elder, Cornerback – Re-signed, 1/11/22.
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick, quarterback – Won’t be back.
  • Temarek Hemingway, Tight End (SFA) – No longer.
  • Adam Humphreys, wide receiver – unlikely to return.
  • Danny Johnson, Cornerback – Re-signed, 3/23/22
  • Tyler Larsen, Center – Re-signed, 3/14/22
  • Cornelius Lucas, offensive tackle – re-signed, 3/24/22
  • David Mayo, Linebacker – Re-signed, 1/28/22.
  • Bobby McCain, Safety – Re-signed, 3/15/22.
  • JD McKissic, Running Back – Re-signed, 3/16/22.
  • Torry McTyer, Cornerback – Unlikely to return.
  • Jared Norris, Linebacker – Unlikely to return.
  • Nate Orchard, Linebacker/Defensive End – Unlikely to return.
  • Daryl Roberts, Cornerback – Unlikely to return.
  • Brandon Sheriff, offensive guard – signed with Jaguar, 3/16/22.
  • Ricky Sells-Jones, Tight End – Sign with the Giants, 3/16/22.
  • Tim Settlement, Defensive Intervention – Signed with Bills, 3/16/22
  • Cam Sims Wide Receiver – Re-signed, 3/17/22
  • Wendell Smallwood, Running Back (SFA) – Not coming back.
  • David Steinmetz, Offensive Guard (SFA) – Not likely to return.
  • Jonathan Williams, Running Back – Re-signed, 1/11/22.
  • Gabe Wright, Defensive Intervention (SFA) – Unlikely to return.

* SFA – Free Street Agent

Eleven players on this list have not signed with any team. It is unlikely that Washington will give any of them an invitation to return.

Restricted Free Agents

  • Kyle Allen, quarterback – not shown, signed by Texas
  • Garrett Gilbert, quarterback – Not a giver, signed by the Raiders.
  • Jordan Konazek, midfielder – re-signed, 1/13/22.
  • Joey Sly, Kicker – Re-signed, 4/11/22.
  • Exclusive Rights Agents
  • Dylan Cantrell, narrow tip – not giving.
  • Milo Effler, Linebacker – Re-signed, 17/3/22
  • Keith Ismail, center – re-signed, 3/16/22
  • Galen Gilkes, Defensive End – Unbending.
  • Brian Johnson, Kicker – Re-signed, 3/16/22
  • Bonmi Rotimi, defensive end – re-signed, 3/16/22
  • Nagy Turan, offensive intervention – Not given.
  • John Toth, Center – Re-signed, 17/3/22.
  • Daniel Wise, defensive end – re-signed, 3/17/22.

Most of these players are long shots to make it to the final list of 53 players, but a few of them would make it to the coaching staff.

Contract extension

  • Troy Apke, Safety/Cornerback/Special Teams – Re-signed, 13/3/22. One year, $1.05 million, $152K signing bonus.
  • Corn Elder, Cornerback – Re-signed, 1/11/22. One year, 1.035 million dollars.
  • Danny Johnson, Cornerback – Re-signed, 3/23/22.
  • Jordan Konazek, midfielder – re-signed, 1/13/22. One year 825,000 dollars
  • Tyler Larsen, center – re-signed, 3/14/22. One year, $1.05 million, $152K signing bonus.
  • Charles Leno, offensive tackle – re-signed, 1/7/22. Three years $37.5 million. $9 million signing bonus and $18 million guaranteed.
  • Cornelius Lucas, offensive tackle – re-signed, 3/24/22. Two years, $8.2 million.
  • David Mayo, Linebacker – Re-signed, 1/28/22. One year $1.12 million.
  • Bobby McCain, Free Safety – re-signed, 3/15/22. 2 years, $11 million, $3.5 million signing bonus, $5.7 million guaranteed. Three years void after 2023.
  • JD McKissic, Running Back – Re-signed, 3/16/22. Two years, $7 million. $2.5 million signing bonus, $3.645 million guaranteed. Three years void after 2023.
  • Cam Sims, Wide Receiver – Re-signed, 3/17/22. One year $3.25 million. $1.25 million signing bonus, $2 million guaranteed.
  • Joey Sly, Kicker – Re-signed, 4/11/22. Two years at five million dollars. $2 million guaranteed.
  • Jonathan Williams, Running Back – Re-signed, 1/11/22. One year, $915,000.

Technically, Charles Leno was signed before the end of the 2021 season in January. We include it in this list.

exercise choice

  • Montez Sweat, Defensive End – Year 5 option 2023, 3/2/22.

character

  • Carson Wentz, quarterback – Obtained, 3/16/22.

Wentz was the most important acquisition of the 2022 season. His name is almost everything as a starter to this season.

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