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Free agency's main shopping period has begun to wind down, but the Redskins have remaining needs.

Redskins GM says, 'in my opinion, they’re always good drafts.'

The rookie pay system put in place in 2011 NFL labor deal "has simplified everything" in negotiations with draft picks, General Manager Bruce Allen said.

Washington continues to get its lower-round picks under contract, announcing the signing of the seventh-round running back from Rutgers.

Given some time to digest it all, what's your feeling on Washington's draft class?

The Redskins have added two offensive linemen, an inside linebacker, two wide receivers and a cornerback.

As the Redskins wrapped up its drafting Saturday night, their coach said he felt good about the collection of players acquired.

The Washington Redskins closed out the 2013 NFL Draft by selecting Rutgers running back Jawan Jamison in the seventh round - the 228th overall pick of the draft.

The Washington Redskins went safety again, taking Georgia’s Bacarri Rambo with the 191st pick of the NFL draft.

The Redskins in the fifth round selected a pair of players out of Florida State, taking running back Chris Thompson with the 154th overall pick and outside linebacker Brandon Jenkins with the 162nd pick.

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