Heading into day three, the common thought among beat writers and fans was that the Redskins were going to target help in the secondary for the future. This move wasn't going to be one that was essential to the upcoming year, but one who had the ability to grow and become a future starter for the Redskins. Into the 4th round the Redskins had a guy fall into their laps that was able to become that guy that they were looking for, and that was Bashaud Breeland from Clemson. Breeland is a very physical CB who is a bit of a trash talker, but also will get his job done and will be physical in doing so.
Need to Know: 5 questions Jay Gruden must answer before Redskins OTAs | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
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Ex-Football Players Sue NFL, Claiming 'Culture of Drug Misuse' - NYTimes.com
A group of retired pro football players sued the National Football League on Tuesday, saying they were illegally fed painkillers and told to play while injured to keep massive profits flowing to the league for three decades.