Redskins 2019 First Round Picks Dwayne Haskins & Montez Sweat Introductory Press Conference
Redskins first round picks Dwayne Haskins and Montez Sweat address media for the first time at the steps of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington D.C.
NFL Draft Grades: Silva's NFC Draft Grades - Fantasy Columns
Harmon was publicly overrated in the pre-draft phase but well worthy of a flyer here. He may have the best hands in the draft. It’s probably just a tease because Washington will never win under Snyder’s ownership, but it would also be very difficult to not like this draft. About time for that Bruce Allen contract extension.
Liberian Roots Have Shaped Redskins Sixth-Round Pick Kelvin Harmon
Through ambition, sacrifice and spirituality, Harmon developed into a valuable draft pick, projected by some to be taken in the first two rounds.
Notes On The 2019 Redskins Draft Class
The Washington Redskins finalized their 2019 NFL Draft class on Saturday, selecting seven players on Day 3 to bring their 2019 draft class to 10 total players. Here are notes on all of them.
Redskins Receive Excellent Draft Grades On 2019 Class
Draft experts lauded the Redskins' 10-player group that includes quarterback Dwayne Haskins, edge rusher Montez Sweat and wide receiver Terry McLaurin.
Explaining what Bryce Love’s arrival means for Derrius Guice, Chris Thompson and Adrian Peterson | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins made a number of obvious moves during the 2019 NFL Draft, but one selection made less sense. In the fourth round, the Redskins took Stanford running back Bryce Love. We explain why.
2020 Way-Too-Early NFL Mock Draft: Quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert lead as top prospects | NBC Sports Washington
Ben Standig gets a jump start on the 2020 NFL Draft with a first-round mock draft headlined by quarterbacks, defensive playmakers and a potential positional solution for the Redskins.
In strong 2019 draft, Redskins show long-term vision combined with need for immediate results | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins deserve applause for a draft class that looks to have balanced need with talent. Now, the team needs to show that same balance to do what's best for the franchise, in 2019, and beyond.
Was Dwayne Haskins meant to be with Washington?
In 2015, Haskins predicted Washington might need a new quarterback within five years.