The Redskins were very active during the 2019 NFL draft, wheeling and dealing their way to 10 picks, including two high profile first-rounders. WTOP’s Rob Woodfork (reluctantly) assigns the ‘Skins a letter grade for each pick.
The Baltimore Ravens focused on their run-first offense on the final day of the NFL draft, selecting speedy running back Justice Hill and guard Ben Powers in the fourth round.
The Washington Redskins selected Bullis-grad Dwayne Haskins and traded up to get edge rusher Montez Sweat in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night. Here’s every one of their 2019 draft selections.
Here’s the latest from the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tennessee.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder and team President Bruce Allen had their sights set on the Ohio State standout leading up to the NFL draft and didn’t even have to trade up to get him, getting someone they hope will be their quarterback of the future by taking Haskins with the 15th pick Thursday night.
If Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray is selected by the Arizona Cardinals to open the NFL draft Thursday night, he would become the 22nd Heisman Trophy winner to go first overall and second straight Sooners quarterback to pull it off: Baker Mayfield went to Cleveland in 2018.
Washington Redskins Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Doug Williams discussed the team’s many needs and strategy heading into this week’s NFL Draft.
T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant of Iowa are projected to go early, and it’s not just because they are versatile, talented players. With the emphasis on more passing and a shift toward more open offenses, the tight end spot has become a critical component of NFL attacks.
More than a surname binds Nasir and Herb Adderley, distant-but-oh-so-close cousins from Philadelphia who are separated in age by six decades but tethered tight by love, creed and football.
So much has changed since ESPN’s first NFL draft telecast in 1980. All three days of this year’s draft, which begins Thursday, will be carried on ESPN, ABC and NFL Network and the event itself has become a traveling road show, with Nashville hosting this time.
Marquise Brown knows too well the challenge of stretching $20 over a month to feed himself. Josh Jacobs had days when he ate only if he stole something. It’s why the two likely first-round NFL draft picks happily helped volunteers fill 8,000 backpacks for hungry children Wednesday morning as part of a league initiative, Huddle Against Hunger.
Who might the Baltimore Ravens be targeting in this week’s NFL Draft? WTOP’s Chris Cichon goes round-by-round to try to predict the gaps in the roster the team will try to address and which players might fit best.
If you’re looking for human drama to play out in the first round of the NFL Draft in Memphis Thursday night, don’t look for Dwayne Haskins. He’ll be out enjoying the blessings of being an NFL player, no matter when he’s selected.
Should the Redskins select Bullis-grad Dwayne Haskins with their first round pick? Who do they target with their compensatory picks? WTOP’s Rob Woodfork goes round-by-round and points out the ‘Skins’ best options in the 2019 NFL Draft.
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