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.
Washington got it's right tackle with the fifth overall pick. But holes at linebacker, safety, running back and possibly receiver seem to remain.
If history is any indication, Redskins GM Scot McCloughan will seeks out the best football players regardless of position on the second and third days of the NFL draft.
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The Redskins make their move in the first round of the NFL draft.
"I always looked at that as something we were proud of," the commissioner said of the Redskins' name. "In that context, it’s not being used as a racial slur.”
Earlier today we took a look at our final position group, the inside linebackers, most notably, UCLA’s Eric Kendricks. But what should Washington do about this position?
Eric Kendricks will tell you there’s no question he is cut out for pro football. After sizing up his resume and football lineage, you can understand why.
Draft day finally has arrived, and after weeks and months of speculation, we finally will learn what a Scot McCloughan draft looks like.
The Redskins this offseason added safeties Dashon Goldson and Jeron Johnson. But that doesn't mean they're done at safety.