Football is finally back, and the NFL is about to enter into one of the craziest free agency periods in recent memory. The Redskins, who always seem to be major players in this part of the offseason, have some money to spend and should once again be very active. They have a bunch of places on the roster that they can add depth. Here is where I think they may look for some.
Offensive Line: This is arguably the top area of need for the Redskins. They have some quarterback issues, and those will only look worse if they can't protect whoever they put back there. They could use a couple guards, and some help at tackle if they are unable to bring back Jammal Brown.
Wide Receiver: The Redskins need some help at wideout, and it starts with probably bringing back Santana Moss. They have also reportedly made Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes their top priority. That would be sooooo Redskins to sign him to a big contract.
Defensive Line: Albert Haynesworth isn't going to be back, so the Redskins could use some depth along the defensive front. It would also be a good time for the Redskins to sign some lineman who fit into their 3-4 scheme, which is something that they haven't really done yet.
Secondary: With Carlos Rogers probably on the way out, the Redskins could use someone to line up opposite of DeAngelo Hall. Because they are owned by Daniel Snyder, we will probably hear that they have interest in Nnamdi Asomugha. But I'm not sure how serious their interest will be.