Sat Combine: QB, WR & TE

The NFL Combine continues today in Indianapolis. Day two of four days of on the field activities includes quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends.

Today’s workouts are critical for the Redskins, given their fluid situation at quarterback and wide receiver.

-If Kirk Cousins returns, the Redskins may not even draft a signal caller. If the team decides to trade him, the position becomes THE top priority. Backups Colt McCoy and Nate Sudfeld are under contract and return for the Burgundy and Gold.

-The same could be said at wide receiver, with Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson both free agents. If the duo were to return, the need at the position would be very low. Conversely, a departure by the two veterans, or even just one, increases the position of need. Josh Docton, last year’s top draft pick, missed most of his rookie season, but is reportedly healthy again. Breakout star Jamison Crowder also returns, #80 has already emerged as one of the NFC’s top slot receivers.

-Tight end is seemingly “set” on the Redskins roster, the position group headlined by Jordan Reed. Vernon Davis is a free agent and Niles Paul has struggled with injury of late, so the team will be monitoring the position. Alabama’s OJ Howard, the top tight end in the draft says he has spoken with Washington.



C.J. Beathard, Iowa

Josh Dobbs, Tennessee

Jerod Evans, Virginia Tech

Brad Kaaya, Miami

DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame

Trevor Knight, Texas A&M

Mitch Leidner, Minnesota

Sefo Liufau, Colorado

Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech

Nathan Peterman, Pittsburgh

Cooper Rush, Central Michigan

Seth Russell, Baylor

Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina

Deshaun Watson, Clemson

Davis Webb, California


Rodney Adams, South Florida

Quincy Adeboyejo, Ole Miss

Victor Bolden, Jr., Oregon State

Kendrick Bourne, Eastern Washington

Billy Brown, Shepherd

Noah Brown, Ohio State

KD Cannon, Baylor

Jehu Chesson, Michigan

Stacy Coley, Miami

Amara Darboh, Michigan

Corey Davis, Western Michigan

Robert Davis, Georgia State

Malachi Dupre, LSU

Travin Dural, LSU

Amba Etta-Tawo, Syracuse

Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech

Shelton Gibson, West Virginia

Chris Godwin, Penn State

Kenny Golladay, Northern Illinois

Chad Hansen, California

Keon Hatcher, Arkansas

Carlos Henderson, Louisiana Tech

Krishawn Hogan, Marian (Ind.)

Mack Hollins, North Carolina

Bug Howard, North Carolina

Zay Jones, East Carolina

Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington

Jerome Lane, Akron

Keevan Lucas, Tulsa

Josh Malone, Tennessee

Gabe Marks, Washington State

Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia

Drew Morgan, Arkansas

Speedy Noil, Texas A&M

Zach Pascal, Old Dominion

James Quick, Louisville

Michael Rector, Stanford

Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M

Jalen Robinette, Air Force

Darreus Rogers, USC

Fred Ross, Mississippi State

John Ross, Washington

Travis Rudolph, Florida State

Curtis Samuel, Ohio State

Artavis Scott, Clemson

Ricky Seals-Jones, Texas A&M

JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC

Jamari Staples, Louisville

ArDarius Stewart, Alabama

Ryan Switzer, North Carolina

Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky

Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech

Noel Thomas, UConn

Greg Ward, Jr., Houston

Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma

Kermit Whitfield, Florida State

Mike Williams, Clemson

Bobo Wilson, Florida State


Pharoah Brown, Oregon

Jake Butt, Michigan

Cethan Carter, Nebraska

Darrell Daniels, Washington

Evan Engram, Ole Miss

Gerald Everett, South Alabama

Cole Hikutini, Louisville

Bucky Hodges, Virginia Tech

O.J. Howard, Alabama

George Kittle, Iowa

Jordan Leggett, Clemson

David Njoku, Miami

Scott Orndoff, Pittsburgh

Hayden Plinke, UTEP

Michael Roberts, Toledo

Eric Saubert, Drake

Adam Shaheen, Ashland (Ohio)

Jonnu Smith, FIU

Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas

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