Is Scherff the Redskins' solution at right tackle? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The Redskins hope to get a chance of attitude along the offensive line and a return to the glory days of The Hogs with the drafting of Brandon Scherff.
First Round Pick Brandon Scherff Is Crazy Big And Crazy Athletic
The Redskins first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, Brandon Scherff, can lift a lot of weight, but he also has an impressive resume as an athlete.
Top Available Redskins Targets Day 2; Washington has options heading into the 2nd round with the teams most pressing needs being at safety & edge rusher.
Need to Know: Five top Friday night draft possibilities for the Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, May 1, 46 days before the Redskins hold their mandatory minicamp. Nickel coverage The Redskins have made their top pick. offensive lineman Brandon Scherff.
2015 NFL draft: Washington Redskins have intriguing options available - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Redskins could be looking to address needs at safety, edge rusher and inside linebacker on Day 2.
Brandon Scherff Was Best Choice for Redskins " CBS DC
For all the Redskins talked about best player available, Brandon Scherff was clearly a needs pick. Regardless, they got an impact player.
Redskins add Brandon Scherff in 2015 NFL draft - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins drafted offensive lineman Brandon Scherff at No. 5 overall, signaling a change in mindset for the franchise.
Jay Gruden on Brandon Scherff: 'You see the toughness' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins wanted Iowa tackle Brandon Scherff so they quickly ignored talk of a trade and selected him. It was that simple.
Redskins pick Iowa’s Brandon Scherff at No. 5 in NFL draft - The Washington Post
Selection of Iowa offensive lineman shows new GM McCloughan is serious on building from the line up.
Getting to know Redskins' draft pick Brandon Scherff - Washington Times
Scherff is a burly offensive lineman who is expected to play right tackle in Washington. However, he is also a former tennis player and avid fisherman who played trombone in his high school band.
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