This year's draft starts Thursday, April 25th which means it's officially draft month! The college pro days are almost over, and now it's time for some pre-draft visits.
The Redskins have been linked to almost every free agent and college QB this year after losing Alex Smith and Colt McCoy to broken legs last year. Washington got Case Keenum via trade from the Broncos, but will likely draft a young QB.
More on Missouri QB Drew Lock, who has visits this week with the #Redskins and a #Giants team that previously met with him at his pro day. @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/2mPEnPECvU— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 1, 2019
Drew Lock has been linked to the Redskins for a while and now he will be one of their 30 official pre-draft visits. Lock is one of the top QBs this year, and could be gone before Washington picks at #15.
Redskins Team President Bruce Allen will try to convince anyone that will listen that they don't need to draft a QB this year. Washington can't rely on Alex Smith this year, and they could never rely on Colt McCoy. Bring on QB draft season.