Kansas City selected Eric Fisher with the No. 1 pick. Kansas City selected Eric Fisher with the No. 1 pick. (Associated Press)

Redskins fans, if you want to follow Round 1, regardless of whether Washington doesn’t pick until tomorrow, Cindy Boren is live blogging over at The Early Lead. There are also some other draft resources that can be of use to you if you have your laptop up in front of the TV, you’re on your phone or otherwise unable to follow along. The NFL Draft Tracker will update live, and is sortable by position, school, round and team — all things that might come in handy if you’re checking on who doesn’t get picked and could remain on the board for Washington, or if trades make Round 1 hard to keep up with. Cindy also put together a viewer’s guide with times and radio info, as well as TV and online links. Columnist Jason Reid weighed in on what the Redskins need to focus on this weekend, and of course, we had a load of features leading up to tonight’s first pick, including video. Happy draft night! More coverage: Redskins on the sidelines Thursday, but there’s still plenty of intrigue Opening Kick: Who do Redskins fans want to see not taken in Round 1? Redskins do extensive homework on players with troubled backgrounds Unlike 2012, this is not the year of the quarterback Ex-U-Va. QB Lalich makes his third chance count, and has an NFL shot The Post’s position previews: Safety | offensive line | cornerbacks | running backs | inside linebackers | wide receivers | pass-rushers | tight ends | defensive line Team-by-team draft needs | Prospect reports, sortable by position & school Shanahan says the Redskins are prepared for anything in the draft | Similar blog post Small chance Redskins trade into first round, Shanahan says Opening Kick: How much draft movement can we expect from the Redskins? D.C. Sports Bog: Redskins the fifth-worst drafting team, according to ESPN the Magazine