The Redskins will now have three sixth-round picks in this year's draft. They will pick 181st, 182nd and 187th overall.
With the first of their two fifth-round picks, the Redskins selected Arkansas linebacker Martrell Spaight at 141st overall.
Getting back to work in the fourth round on Saturday, the Washington Redskins selected Duke wide receiver Jamison Crowder with the 105th overall pick, and seven selections later, drafted Alabama guard Arie Kouandjio. Crowder, a 5-foot-8, 185-pound senior shined as a slot receiver and return man. In 2014, he recorded 85 catches for 1,044 yards and six […]
Washington enters Saturday's final four rounds of the draft with a total of seven picks. Here's a look at some of the top remaining prospects at positions of need.
“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."
After moving back 26 spots in the third round the Washington Redskins drafted Florida running back Matt Jones 95th overall on Friday night.
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After adding an offensive lineman and pass rusher, Scot McCloughan achieved another one of his goals and acquired additional draft picks.
One of the main criticisms that Preston Smith heard coming away from his senior season at Mississippi State had to do with the speed of his play, and whether or not he had what it took to develop into a top-level pass-rusher in the NFL.
A day after adding a key piece to their offensive line, the Washington Redskins addressed their need for a pass-rusher, taking Mississippi State defensive end/outside linebacker prospect Preston Smith with the 38th pick of the draft.