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.
As ‘invisible’ TCU walk-on, Doctson says he assumed metaphorical role of squad’s ‘janitor,’ accepts smaller role and vows to fit in in Washington.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden said the TCU product was the best player on the team’s board with the 22nd overall pick.
In a surprise move, the Redskins go wide receiver with many of the top defensive-line prospects still available.
DRAFT THREAD | Here's everything you need to know about the NFL draft, and Washington's picks on Day 1.
Looking for projections beyond Round 1? Here's what Washington's full draft haul could look like. Hope you like Florida and Louisiana Tech players!
If there’s one position the Redskins don't need to address this week, it’s tight end.
Answering readers' questions on the NFL draft.