The Washington Redskins have crossed a primary to-do off their list just hours before the start of free agency.
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He ranked as the No. 46 player at his position by Pro Football Focus last season, failing to grade positively against the run or the pass, but he's a young player the team wanted to hold onto. The Redskins now must mine for additional help inside, because this unit remains thin on experienced run-stoppers.