The Redskins have not tendered qualifying offers to restricted free agents Jim Molinaro and Ryan Boschetti.
As a result, both players are now unrestricted free agents.
Molinaro was the Redskins' primary backup at left tackle last year. He had a knee injury during training camp, but he was back at full health by the start of the regular season.
He served as Samuels's backup, but he saw action in just one game--as a blocking tight end.
Molinaro, 6-6 and 310 pounds, was the Redskins' sixth-round draft pick in 2004, but he has remained in a reserve role in Washington.
Boschetti, a defensive tackle, has also served in a reserve role in three seasons in Washington. Last season, he saw limited action as rookies Kedric Golston and Anthony Montgomery emerged on the defensive line. He played just two games, logging three tackles.
As unrestricted free agents, Molinaro and Boschetti are free to sign with any NFL team, including the Redskins.