Marcus Mason - Not too surprising as Quinton Ganther clearly showed himself to be the superior runner, and Mason is just as bad at pass protection. So the backfield committee will be Portis, Ganther, and...? [EDIT: Woops - totally missed that Ganther was non-tendered. So we're really starting from scratch beyond Portis.]
Fred Smoot - After a terrible 2008, I had been pleasantly surprised by Smoot's performance early in the year. I wrote about it, then he immediately got benched in favor of Justin Tryon. Shows you what I know. TORB gives Smoot a fitting send-off here.
Antwaan Randle-El - He was brought in to fill two roles - punt returner and slot receiver. There is no defense of his performance as a returner. But his inadequacies as a receiver are mostly not his fault. First Brandon Lloyd, then (for a year) Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly failed to adequately fill a starting wideout job and forced Randle-El to play in outside his ideal position. He could have been a pretty nice slot receiver if we'd had the luxury of playing him there throughout his time with the Redskins.