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Redskins get #15 pick in the 2019 NFL draft after finishing 7-9

Top half of the draft!

2018 NFL Draft Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The 2018 season is over for the Washington Redskins and their final record is 7-9. That is good/bad enough to earn them the 15th overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. There are reports that both Gruden and Team President Bruce Allen will be back next season, but there will be changes on the coaching staff after another losing season. Bruce Allen should never be allowed to be involved in a Redskins football decision again.

The Redskins had a lot of injuries again this year and will need to make major changes if they want to get out of the 7-9 rut that is Jay Gruden football. QB is up in the air with Alex Smith’s broken leg, and the infections/surgeries that followed. Washington shut down Montae Nicholson after his arrest for a fight, and released D.J. Swearinger after he was critical of the team one too many times. Safety continues to be a need. That’s just the tip of the iceberg for this team going into the 2019 season...

Hogs Haven has begun their draft profiles, and we will continue to provide draft coverage throughout the year.