There's not a lot the Alabama lineman doesn't do well.
The NFL draft is a grueling process that just about every player doesn't want to experience again, but there's a reason it's so difficult.
Washington got bigger, faster, stronger and more versatile with this year's draft picks.
The Washington Redskins’ top draft pick Jonathan Allen had injury problems at Alabama, but the team and others say that shouldn’t matter, at least for the next few years.
Redskins president Bruce Allen spoke to press on May 22 at a charity golf tournament at the Army-Navy Country Club in Arlington. He said the team is close to having a final plan for its front office structure.
Nothing says more about Redskins fans than the sale of Scot McCloughan's Redskins keepsakes.
Things appear to have played out as well as team officials could have hoped for, with Coach Jay Gruden saying he feels like this draft class has improved the roster.
Washington continued to bolster its offense with a young center and a big wide receiver in the late rounds.
A 6-foot-4, 252-pound senior, Sprinkle had 33 catches for 380 yards and four touchdowns last season.
Perine was described by one league talent evaluator as “strong as hell."
The Redskins take Alabama OLB Ryan Anderson in the second round and UCLA CB Fabian Moreau in the third.
The Redskins continue to add to their defense in the third round with 81st overall pick.
The linebacker is strong against the run, and his technique and effort should warrant him time on the field.