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Redskins Mock Draft - Trade Back Scenario

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Many Redskins fan have suggested a trade-back approach to the first round of the 2016 NFL draft by GM Scot McCloughan. It's very well know that Scot values building thought the draft, and trading out of the first round all together to gain extra picks in later rounds is not out of the question.

Here is a scenario that may allow the Redskins to trade pick 21, and gain some retribution from the Robert Griffin trade as well.

Roger Goodell - The Washington Redskins have traded the 21st pick to the Los Angeles Rams. With the 21st pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Rams select, Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis.

Trade Details:

- The Rams receive the Redskins first round pick(pick 21) in the 2016 draft.

- The Redskins receive the Rams 2nd round pick(pick 43), 3rd round pick(pick 76) and 4th round pick(pick 110) in the 2016 draft.

Per the draft trade chart:

Pick 21 = 800pts

Pick 43 = 470pts

Pick 76 = 210pts

Pick 110 = 74pts

Redskins Draft(first 4 rounds):

Round 2(Pick 43) - Chris Jones  DT  Miss St(6'6" 310)

Round 2(Pick 53) - Artie Burns  CB  Miami(6'0" 194)

Round 3(Pick 76) - Hassan Ridgeway  DT  Texas(6'3" 307)

Round 3(Pick 84) - Keyarris Garrett  WR  Tulsa(6'3" 221)

Round 4(Pick 110) - Evan Boehm  C  Missouri(6'2" 302)

Round 4(Pick 120) - Jayron Kearse  S  Clemson(6'4" 216)