Redskins mailbag: What Robert Griffin III’s option means, NFL Draft scenarios and more

Washington this week decided to pick up the option on Robert Griffin III’s contract, while it puts finishing touches on its draft board. We discuss all that and more in the mailbag.

NFL Draft safeties overview: Alabama’s Landon Collins tries to pattern game after Sean Taylor’s

For years now, Alabama’s Landon Collins has maintained a pregame ritual that has helped fuel him toward becoming one of the top safeties in the nation.

McCloughan: RGIII option doesn’t impact draft plans

General manager Scot McCloughan said the decision to pick up the fifth-year option on Robert Griffin III’s contract will not impact his decision-making in this weekend’s NFL draft.

Redskins GM Scot McCloughan seeking best players, regardless of position, in NFL draft

Despite picking up Robert Griffin III’s option, Redskins would take Marcus Mariota if they deem the Oregon QB best player available when they pick at No. 5.

Redskins will pick up Robert Griffin III’s fifth-year contract option

Washington's quarterback will not be heading into the final year of his deal in 2015 after all.

Hear Redskins GM Scot McCloughan on Robert Griffin III, the NFL Draft

Hear Washington's new shot-caller answer questions about Robert Griffin III's contract and the NFL draft, and then react here.

Former Redskins quarterbacks believe in Robert Griffin III

Speaking at a heart health event, Joe Theismann, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien get the current Washington quarterback's back.

NFL Draft: What Washington should and could do at offensive line

If Washington is serious about investing in Robert Griffin III, it should consider taking Iowa’s Brandon Scherff with its top draft pick.



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