The Washington Redskins are looking to bounce back from a 7-9 record a season ago and make the playoffs. With training camp being right around the corner, we look at three players who could have a breakthrough season as a Redskin.
Reuben Foster suffered a torn ACL on May 20th and will be out for the whole 2019-20 season. Bostic looks to the front runner at the starting linebacker position. The 28-year-old looks to find a home in Washington, being on his sixth team in as many seasons. The second rounder in 2013 has a total of 313 tackles and 5.5 sacks.
After falling in the 2018 draft, the fifth rounder played sparingly his rookie season. Settle has bulked up this offseason and looks to play more often. The defensive line is the Redskins strength but Settle can make contributions on third down if he plays well.
With Jamison Crowder leaving in Free Agency, the slot receiver position looks to be Quinn’s role. The last pick in the 2018 draft showed spurts of excellence in his injury plagued first season. Quinn will have a lot of chances to make contributions this upcoming season.