QB: Robert Griffin III, Rex Grossman, Kirk Cousins
OL: Trent William, Jordan Black, Kory Lichtensteiger, Will Montgomery, Chris Chester, Adam Gettis, Tyler Polumbus, Josh LeRibeus, Maurice Hurt
TE: Fred Davis, Logan Paulsen, Niles Paul
WR: Pierre Garçon, Leonard Hankerson, Josh Morgan, Santana Moss, Aldrick Robinson, Dezmon Briscoe
RB: Tim Hightower, Evan Royster, Roy Helu Jr.
FB: Darrel Young, Alfred Morris (HB)
DL: Adam Carriker, Jarvis Jenkins, Barry Cofield, Chris Baker, Stephen Bowen, Kedric Golston, Doug Worthington
OLB: Ryan Kerrigan, Chris Wilson, Brian Orakpo, Rob Jackson
ILB: Bryan Kehl, Keenan Robinson, Lorenzo Alexander, London Fletcher, Perry Riley
FS: Madieu Williams, Tanard Jackson
SS: Brandon Merriweather, DeJon Gomes
CB: DeAngelo Hall, Josh Wilson, Kevin Barnes, Richard Crawford
LS: Nick Sundberg
P: Sav Rocca
K: Graham Gano
KR: Richard Crawford, Aldrick Robinson
PR: Richard Crawford, Santana Moss
Practice Squad: Tom Compton, Tristan Davis
Injured Reserved: Jammal Brown
— I don’t want to go 4 deep at corner in a secondary that’s already very thin, nor do I think the Redskins. But I feel like Kehl has earned a spot because of his coverage and his special teams ability, and I don’t think we cut Keenan Robinson to waivers either. Also wanted to get a lot of really good d-line rotation.
— Terrence Austin hasn’t distinguished himself and Armstrong is hurt, hence they lose their spots.
— It’ll be interesting to see if Brandon Banks or Anthony Armstrong can fetch any trade value. Usually teams won’t trade for a guy they know you’re going to cut anyway, but you never know.
— Logan Paulsen can catch all the sudden. If he keeps catching that’ll make it even harder for Cooley to make the team. Niles is still a roster lock, and he showed up well versus the Bears.