New Redskins offensive lineman Brandon Scherff will sport the No. 75 when he and his fellow draft picks kick off their team’s rookie minicamp next week.
Jay Gruden highlighted rookie’s special teams abilities, but Scot McCloughan says that he sees more in store for Crowder.
The locations and order of the matchups were known, but the actual start times and dates had not been released.
Answering readers’ questions about why Washington passed on the big defensive lineman with the fifth pick, plus La’El Collins and whether Matt Jones takes carries from Alfred Morris.
The depth as a whole has improved, Coach Jay Gruden says, and the level of competition in practices will ramp up.
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.
Washington’s top draft picks — Brandon Scherff, Preston Smith and Matt Jones — reflect its focus on size.
Washington wrapped up its 2015 draft by taking South Florida center Austin Reiter with the 222nd overall pick.
The Redskins drafted three players in a busy Round 6.
The Redskins will now have three sixth-round picks in this year’s draft. They will pick 181st, 182nd and 187th overall.