Taking a look at where things stand with the Redskins and their 11 unrestricted free agents:
Tight end Niles Paul: Never made it to free agency. Re-signed with Washington where he'll again be a third tight end, but their No. 2 pass-catcher at the position.
Linebacker Brian Orakpo: Signed with Tennessee. Redskins wanted him back at a lower price.
Defensive end Jarvis Jenkins: Signed with Chicago. He'll compete for playing time there; he would not have received much here.
Receiver Leonard Hankerson: Signed a one-year deal with Atlanta where he'll be reunited with his former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, among others. The oft-injured Hankerson could help, but, all together now, he must stay healthy.
Corner E.J. Biggers: Signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia on Tuesday. Not much effort to re-sign him. You will hear a lot about how he can play both corner and safety. Here's what one former coach told me once about him: Lining up at safety doesn't make you one. He struggled in Washington.
Safety Brandon Meriweather: Still unsigned.
Nose tackle Chris Neild: At this point he's working out in Arizona and has some workouts for unnamed teams coming up soon. The focus for him is getting healthy. One source said the Redskins are unlikely, but that they'll remain in touch just in case. With Terrance Knighton in town and with others who can back him up -- notably Chris Baker -- there's not much need for Neild.
Tackle Tyler Polumbus: Still available. The Redskins have not made any attempt to re-sign him. If Tennessee does not sign Joe Barksdale, who is reportedly visiting the Titans this week, then they could be a team to watch. Polumbus might have to wait until after the draft to sign with another team.
Running back Roy Helu: Signed with Oakland.
Safety Ryan Clark: Retired.