WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- The following four Redskins are in the gravest danger of not making the 53-man roster.
Kicker Graham Gano: In 2011, Gano booted subpar 31/41 field goals and may be starting to feel the pressure of Neil Rackers in his rear-view mirror. Rackers was 1/2 last week in Chicago, but his miss was a 54-yarder that had the distance.
Cornerback Cedric Griffin: Saying that the six-year veteran has looked shaky in the preseason would be giving Griffin much more approval than he deserves. Unless something drastic happens -- like an interception return for a touchdown -- the second-teamer will probably be sent packing.
Tight end Logan Paulsen: Unfortunately for Paulsen, he will probably be a victim of the numbers game, once final cuts are announced next week. There just isn't adequate room at tight end with Fred Davis, Chris Cooley and the upside of Niles Paul. Solid play on special teams might sway Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan.
Wide receiver Terrence Austin: Austin doesn't have Anthony Armstrong's dynamic speed, or Brandon Bank's special team's abilities, or a performance as good as Aldrick Robinson had in Chicago last Saturday. If he doesn't stand out against the Colts, it may be a busy week for his agent.