After being spurned in first round of NFL draft, outside linebacker/safety Su’a Cravens hit the gym to prove his value to himself.
After trading out of the fourth round, the Redskins addressed a need along the defensive line.
Redskins trade fourth-round pick for a pair of fifth-round picks from New Orleans.
Here’s five players to keep an eye on during Day 3 of the NFL Draft.
The Washington Redskins took the Hokies cornerback with the 84th overall selection in the third round.
Redskins add another player to the mix with former Hokie Kendall Fuller.
Washington wanted Cravens as a dime linebacker, and it’s the exact position he wanted to play in the NFL.
After going wide receiver in the first round, the Redskins met a need for a play-maker in the secondary and the box.
How does Washington's newest wide receiver fit in? Well he's a burner, but also can use his body control to make plays in the red zone.
Here are some intriguing names that would address a need for Washington.