Redskins draft: How the rookies fit, and the veterans they could challenge

The depth as a whole has improved, Coach Jay Gruden says, and the level of competition in practices will ramp up.

Redskins draft recap: A bunch of guys you’ve never heard of

Did you miss any of our draft-weekend coverage? We'll catch Washington fans up in one quick post.

Gruden, Redskins happy with haul of 2015 draft picks

The Washington Redskins wrapped up their draft having selected a total of 10 players, and they came away from the seven rounds with a sense of accomplishment.



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Size, versatility, potential drew Redskins to Preston Smith, Matt Jones

“We’re just going to try to add tough, physical players,” coach Jay Gruden said Friday night after the completion of the third round. “That’s the whole motto here."

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