Washington needs offense, but drafting more defense might be tempting - NFC East- ESPN
Left tackle and a long-term QB are priorities, but the right additions could push Washington's young defense from very good to special.
What will Washington do with its first-round pick? Five draft analysts weigh in. - The Washington Post
If Washington doesn’t trade up for a quarterback, there should be several good prospects to choose from at No. 19, including at linebacker, tackle, wide receiver and defensive back.
This draft will truly be Ron Rivera’s, and he has the luxury of choosing the best player available - The Washington Post
At a key point in his Washington rebuild, Ron Rivera will make choices this week that will help set the franchise's direction for the future.
2021 NFL Draft: WRs can be a trap for first-round picks, WFT should stay away | RSN
Some outlets are projecting WFT to pick a wide receiver in the first round. Here's why that's a really bad idea.
Three additional takeaways from Washington's trade for Ereck Flowers | RSN
Pete Hailey takes a deeper look at Ereck Flowers' contract and how his arrival could impact Washington's draft plans here.
Washington enters NFL draft with more options and uncertainty than last year - The Washington Post
Ron Rivera and Washington could go in a number of directions with the team's first-round pick.
Terry McLaurin, NFL Draft, Former Coaches Discuss Rapid Rise
McLaurin, a third-round draft pick, joined Washington as a potential contributor. Two years later, he's become so much more than that.
Washington Football Team Announces Virtual Lineup For Draft Week ’21 Live Online Presented by Bud Light
Live coverage each day of the NFL Draft will be available on the team's social media channels and include interviews with coaches, current players and alumni as well as giveaways.
Taylor Heinicke describes what makes Curtis Samuel an 'astonishing player' | RSN
What makes Curtis Samuel so useful? Take it straight from Taylor Heinicke, who played with Samuel for a bit in Carolina.
Should Washington trade up for QB? Former GM weighs in - Washington Times
When the NFL draft begins on Thursday, Washington coach Ron Rivera and his front office will be in a similar spot that Mike Tannebaum and the Jets were in more than a decade ago. The team holds a pick just past the middle of the first round -- No. 19 -- and Washington is in the search for a long-term answer at the most important position in sports.
How the Ereck Flowers trade impacts Washington's decision at No. 19 in Draft | RSN
Washington has plenty of interior offensive line depth after trading for Ereck Flowers. How will that impact what they do with the 19th pick?
One day before NFL Draft, experts believe WFT could still draft a QB | RSN
The NFL Draft is one day away and Washington selecting a quarterback remains on the table.
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