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Which former Washington Commanders players could be useful additions to the franchise under Adam Peters’ exciting new plans in 2024?

Adam Peters has a lot to get through this offseason. The Washington Commanders have a plethora of needs after another disappointing campaign. While fixing them all in one fell swoop seems unrealistic, the new regime boasts a wealth of assets to help speed things along if the right additions are made.

The Commanders have nine draft selections – most of which are in the first three rounds – including the No. 2 overall pick. They also have $96 million in salary-cap space to splash in free agency if the right opportunities come along. Peters has warned not to expect lavish spending, but it should be a busy time nonetheless with just 50 players under contract as it stands.

Fresh faces are exactly what’s needed after things became stagnant under previous head coach Ron Rivera. But could the Commanders look to some who’ve got previous experience with the franchise to assist their cause?

Nothing should be dismissed one way or another. With this in mind, here are three former Washington players we’d like to see return in 2024.

Commanders could sign Fabian Moreau

Fabian Moreau was a third-round pick by the now-Washington Commanders. He spent his first four seasons with the franchise and was a solid if not spectacular performer. Unfortunately for the defensive back, it wasn’t enough to earn an extended stay.

Moreau’s spent the last three seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, and Denver Broncos. His performances last season were decent enough, giving up 65.0 percent of targets thrown in his direction. This could be a viable short-term option for the Commanders – especially if Kendall Fuller and Kamren Curl both depart in free agency.

There’s a chance Washington could be thinking bigger, but Moreau would be a nice depth option at the very least. He’d also be cheap, which could allow the Commanders to focus the majority of their money elsewhere.

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