Redskins 2011 Draft
Stories and scout profiles chronicling the Redskins 2011 NFL draft interests.
A complete list of all the NFL players drafted from the DC area, which includes one Redskin and involves a lot of Virgina Tech Hokies.
It was great that the Redskins had 12 picks in this year's NFL draft, after so many years with a dearth of selections. But they waited until the seventh round to draft an offensive lineman. That didn't make sense.
All of the Pats and Redskins top draft picks were team captains...a recipe for team success.
A lot of big names were still on the board that the Redskins passed over. The Redskins also only drafted 1 Offensive Lineman after a year having the worst line in the League.
Recapping some late round and undrafted success stories in the last three years!
Redskins trade back.
Great video compilation of Kerrigan's turnovers.
2nd round mock projections.
Redskins successfully trade back and get a compliment to Orakpo.
Redskins take a OLB
Latest Redskins mock draft from guru Rick Gosselin.
A comical look at the 2011 QB class and how their personalities match up with sitcom stars past and present.
Redskins drafting Prince Amukamara, as Mike Mayock is predicting, makes little sense since the Redskins just let Carlos Rogers walk who has the same skill set.
Latest Redsknis rumors and Lorenzo Alexander's thoughts on Cameron Jordan to the Redskins.
As the #4 overall pick in the 1992 draft, Desmond Howard was a draft bust for the Washington Redskins. Though he did prove to be a gifted return man, the Redskins reached too high to take him.
When the Washington Redskins used an 11th round draft pick on George Starke in 1971 and then subsequently cut him in training camp, they could not have known that a year later he would make the team and become the "Head Hog."
The mock draft hit rate for the #10 overall pick was 0% last year, which makes me happy since a lot of the mock drafts now have the Redskins taking Jake Locker.
A couple late round draft picks that might interest the Washington Redskins.