Scot McCloughan says Redskins want 'tough, nasty' offensive linemen - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington will address the line in the draft, perhaps with multiple picks, and the GM knows the type of guy he wants.
Why the Washington Redskins Need to Draft a Running Back
Why the Washington Redskins Need to Draft a Running Back: Roy Helu was more important than you might think, and relying solely on Alfred Morris may not be the best approach. Read it now on numberFire!
Washington Redskins draft prospects: Tackle T.J. Clemmings - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Redskins want to upgrade their offensive line and T.J. Clemmings is an intriguing prospect.
NFL Draft prospects on possibly playing for Redskins | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Tarik El-Bashir caught up with top NFL Draft prospects Leonard Williams, Dante Fowler and Brandon Scherff and asked them about the chance the Redskins will pick them.
Need to Know: Five Redskins draft predictions including when they’ll take a running back | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, April 30, the day the Washington Redskins go on the clock at the NFL draft. Nickel coverage It’s finally that day. Here are five Redskins NFL draft predictions: 1.
For Redskins’ McCloughan, grit beats glitz when it comes to drafting - The Washington Post
Washington, under a new GM, has a first-rounder and full complement of picks for the first time since the trade for Robert Griffin III.
2015 Redskins Draft 101 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
A quick primer on the 2015 NFL Draft, which begins tonight with the first round. The Redskins hold the fifth overall pick.
Baker on how different the Redskins' defense will be in 2015 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The Redskins have made plenty of changes to their defense this offseason. Nose tackle Chris Baker joined Redskins Nation to talk about his new teammates.
Red Flags: How Significant Will They Be for Ray, Gregory? - NYTimes.com
Shane Ray and Randy Gregory, two players who could help any NFL team's defense, didn't help themselves in the lead-in to the draft.
Washington Redskins draft: The case for a trade - NFC East - ESPN
Moving off the No. 5 selection for the right pass-rusher or an offensive lineman could make sense for team with several needs.
London or L.A. for the NFL? 'Both,' commissioner Roger Goodell says | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: It's no secret that commissioner Roger Goodell always has an eye on making the NFL as profitable as it can possibly be, and that part of this plan involves globalization.
Spectators for two years, Redskins have decisions to make with first-round pick - Washington Times
After surrendering their first-round draft pick the last two years, the Redskins are certain to be on the clock during the first day. Exactly what they do with that pick is the biggest question: Do they keep it or trade it?
Draft Diary: Top prospects Take On Chicago
Draft week is in full swing in Chicago, and top prospects Landon Collins and Trae Waynes are soaking in the Windy City. Follow along as they meet NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, participate in a Play 60 event and get their first taste of NFL stardom.