ESPN took on the task of identifying the biggest remaining needs on each NFL team. I don't know how wide receiver didn't win, but here we are at safety again.
"Washington did a tremendous job of fitting picks to their top needs. Dwayne Haskins fell into their lap at No. 15, and they managed to add talent at wideout and the interior offensive line before the fourth round was over. They even found room to add the falling Montez Sweat to boost their pass rush. Still, with as many needs as Washington had, it couldn't cover everything.
Adding Landon Collins was a huge boost for Washington's secondary, more than filling the hole left by the cut D.J. Swearinger. The problem is, Washington needed two new starting safeties, as Ha Ha Clinton-Dix left in free agency. The current penciled-in starter would likely be Montae Nicholson, who was benched early in the year for poor play, and suspended late in the year for off-field trouble. There aren't a lot of options behind him; Deshazor Everett and Troy Apke are better suited for depth roles. Washington will likely be stuck hoping Nicholson can return to the form he flashed as a rookie in 2017 and can stay out of trouble off the field.
-- Bryan Knowles"