Offensive linemen were the night's big winners. But there were others, too.
Manti Te'o, Geno Smith, Matt Barkley and Ryan Nassib are among the still-available players for Friday evening's second round.
Let's take stock of who is available after Round 1, and who might slide to Washington at pick No. 51
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With rumors of the Chiefs perhaps settling on a different tackle with the first overall pick, the rest of the mock draft order shifts around some.
when investigating a draft candidate with a sketchy background, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said his staff does extensive work to gain as clear a picture as possible.
The Redskins might be sitting out Round 1 of the draft, but fans can still enjoy tonight by watching to see who doesn't get picked, and remains available for Washington in Round 2.
Will Manti Te'o be chosen Thursday night? Will any quarterbacks be taken? What will the Rams do with the pick they got from the Redskins? There is no shortage of storylines.
Mike Shanahan's three-year history of Redskins drafts suggests that Washington won't stand pat this weekend.
Sharrif Floyd tops the class of defensive line prospects in this year's NFL draft.