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Sunday Slop - Recapping the NFL Draft

Redskins Stories around the web recapping the NFL Draft

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Redskins Draft - Jay Gruden on his Team's Selections - Washington Post

The 2014 NFL draft is now in the books, and the Redskins wound up adding eight players - some of whom could wind up meeting long-term needs.

A look at the Redskins 4th-7th Round Selections |

The good, bad and overall of all of the Redskins picks from Day 3 of the NFL Draft.

Redskins Go for Depth, Competition Day 3 - Washington Post

As he assessed the to-do list from his first draft as coach of the Washington Redskins - and declared it a success - Jay Gruden made two things clear: depth and competition will serve as themes leading up to the 2014 season. And, the mission of improving the special teams units also carried great importance as Washington searched for talent.

The Good & Bad of Redskins 2nd & 3rd Round Picks -

Here are my quick reactions to the Redskins first day of picks. More indepth analysis will follow this week.

Team-by-Team Draft Grades - Redskins - WalterFootball

Grading the Redskins Draft  - CSN Washington

5 Notes & Quotes about 5 Newest Redskins - CSN Washington

Five things to know about the five players the Redskins took in the draft yesterday:

4th round CB Bashaud Breeland (Clemson) said that he models his game after that of a current Redskins corner: "D-Hall, he was one of my favorite corners growing up. I model his game. He is a very, very, very interesting player. He is really good."

RG3 Talks About Additions to Offensive Line (Video) - CSN Washington

Redskins Draft Resembling Seahawks (Video) - CSN Washington

Quick Takes - Redskins Draft Class - ESPN Redskins Blog

It jumped out at me that the Washington Redskins only drafted two defensive players out of eight selections. The Redskins have done a good job of building an offense, one that could (potentially) be very good for a few years, especially if quarterback Robert Griffin III develops.

Redskins Draft Wrap-up - ESPN Redskins Blog

Best move: Trading out of the 34th pick overall and picking up another third-round choice. The Redskins did not have a first-round pick, so being able to pick up another choice among the top three rounds was a strong move.

Early Winners of Undrafted Free Agency

The NFL Draft may have been over, but the procurement of college talent is still well underway. Teams began signing players who weren't drafted as soon as the 7th round ended and it will continue through when teams have their rookie tryouts as players who are signed now may be released and other UDFA's will take their place.