Day Three Wish List

Day Three Wish List

So far, so good. Day three at the NFL draft brings the final four rounds, with the Redskins holding seven total selections. Best available players heading into Day 3. #NFLDraft Tracker: https://t.co/UFhGkXuO5D pic.twitter.com/byUnf4uYDh — Pro Football Focus (@PFF) April 29, 2017 Who is left? What are the needs? Presented in no particular order Running Back Samjae Perine Oklahoma Wayne Gallman Clemson Jeremy McNichols Boise State Brian Hill Wyoming Marlon Mack South Florida Elijah Hood North…

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Redskins select CB Fabian Moreau in the 3rd round

Redskins select CB Fabian Moreau in the 3rd round

With their third round pick in the NFL Draft, the 81st selection overall, the Washington Redskins took CB Fabian Moreau from UCLA. Moreau makes three picks on the defensive side of the ball in the first three rounds of the Draft, demonstrating a clear desire on the part of the team to bolster what was widely seen as a major weakness on the squad for years. A two-time All-PAC 12 honorable mention in 2013 and…

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Rounds 2 & 3: Best Available

Rounds 2 & 3: Best Available

BPA- Best player available. You hear it all the time, but is it really the best strategy? On Thursday night in round one, the Redskins drafted the BPA and he fit an area of serious need. "Honored and cannot wait to get to work #HTTR Just got my first @NFL trading card, thanks #PaniniInstant #NFLDraft https://t.co/mSOlyDoMcK" pic.twitter.com/Aib9y0IbhP — Jonathan Allen (@jonallen93) April 28, 2017 Washington has the 17th pick in the 2nd round and 17th…

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65 NFL Mock Drafts Project the Top Six Picks

65 NFL Mock Drafts Project the Top Six Picks

The NFL Mock Draft Database consensus picks have been updated for the top six picks.   We munched together the 65 most recent NFL mock drafts, all updated between April 17 and April 21.   Consistent with prior Mock Draft Database mock munches, DE Myles Garrett is the overwhelming consensus pick as the top overall pick in the NFL Draft to the Cleveland Browns.  In fact, 64 of the 65 mock drafts project Garrett to…

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Draft: Safety

Draft: Safety

With the NFL draft next week, we’ve reached our ninth and final preview. LETS GO REDSKINS has reviewed Washington’s options, position by position. Safety will have a completely different look for the Redskins in 2017. 2016 second round pick Su’a Cravens moves full time to strong safety and free agent D.J. Swearinger is penciled in as the free safety. Add the return of veteran DeAngelo Hall from injury and help in the draft and you…

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Draft: Cornerback

Draft: Cornerback

Over the next few weeks, LETS GO REDSKINS will review Washington’s options in next month’s NFL Draft, position by position. The Redskins struggled defending both the run and the pass in 2016. In the defensive backfield, Washington entered the off-season in much better shape at corner, than they did at safety. Check out my complete big board for the 2017 #NFLDraft, now up @TheDraftWire. 308 prospects graded across 7 rounds: https://t.co/s1Eahsgkow pic.twitter.com/7p4IOMNvM8 — Luke Easterling…

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Draft: Linebacker

Draft: Linebacker

Over the next few weeks, LETS GO REDSKINS will review Washington’s options in next month’s NFL Draft, position by position. Linebacker is a tale of two very different situations in Washington. Generally speaking, the Redskins outside linebackers are thought to be a strength of the team, while the inside linebackers have been a weak point. Brand new 2017 NFL Draft big board1. ED Myles Garrett2. DI Jonathan Allen3. ED Derek Barnetthttps://t.co/FPEt3qzqub — PFF College Football…

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Draft: Defensive Line

Draft: Defensive Line

Over the next few weeks, LETS GO REDSKINS will review Washington’s options in next month’s NFL Draft, position by position. Are the Redskins planning on investing heavily along the interior of the defensive line in the NFL Draft? Veterans Chris Baker and Ricky Jean-Francois were let go in free agency, while Stacy McGee and Terrell McClain were added, from Oakland and Dallas respectively. A need remains at nose tackle, the centerpiece of any 3-4 scheme….

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Draft: Offensive Line

Draft: Offensive Line

Over the next few weeks, LETS GO REDSKINS will review Washington’s options in next month’s NFL Draft, position by position. Are the Redskins planning on keeping the same starters along the offensive line from a year ago? Guard and center were rumored to be addressed during the off-season, but thus far it’s status quo for the group. With cap space tight, it’s possible you may find a cap casualty and/or contract restructuring. DISCUSS IT ON…

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