Top 10 best Redskins free agent signings in the last decade
Collins was under center for that 2007 playoff run, so he gets the #10 spot.
This one is based on potential. A litany of off-field issues and injuries have followed Culliver, but he has the potential to be an above-average starting corner for the team in 2016.
Sundberg has been with the Redskins since signing a futures contract in 2010. That year, he beat out Ethan Albright to win the starting long-snapper position. He re-signed on a 4-year deal in 2013.
Despite some injury issues, Lichtensteiger has played well when he's been able to stay on the field. The lineman received the 2012 Ed Block Courage Award after tearing his ACL the year before.
Garcon has been putting up steady numbers for the Redskins since he came over from the Colts in 2012. Over the past four seasons with the team, Garcon has put up 3,508 receiving yards and caught 18 touchdowns.
Carter signed a 6-year, $30 Million deal in 2006. That year, Carter had 56 tackles and six sacks. He improved his stats over the next three years, tallying up 10.5 sacks in 2007 and 11 sacks in 2009.
After coming over from the Ravens in 2005, Rabach was immediately named the starting center for the Redskins. During his time in D.C., he went on a streak of starting 79 of 80 regular season games.
Hall's had some of his most successful seasons with the Skins since singing in 2008. One his most notable games came in Week 7 of the 2010 season, when he tied an NFL record with four interceptions in one game.
Fletcher, who signed a 5-year deal with the team in 2007, was a defensive staple for the team until his retirement in 2013. Besides being a team captain from 2008-2013, he made the Pro Bowl in 2010 and led the league in tackles in 2011.
Jackson signed a 3-year, $24 Million contract with the Redskins in 2014 and has been a productive deep threat ever since, racking up 1,697 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns in his two years with the team.