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  1. Should the Redskins consider hiring any of the Scouts that were fired by the Bills? The Gm for the Bills was also fired.
  2. NFl Network said the Cleveland Browns are trying to trade for Cousins now!
  3. For Immediate Release April 27, 2017 REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVE LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have made the following roster move: The Redskins signed the following free agent: OL Quinton Schooley
  4. The Washington Redskins with pick #243 acquired from the Houston Texans select Avery Gennesy, OT, Texas A&M. Draft Projection Round 4-5 Sources Tell Us "He's unique because he's athletic and has great feet, but his hips are stiff. He's not strong enough to play guard and his anchor could get quarterbacks hit too much." -- Scout with AFC North team NFL Comparison Marshall Newhouse Bottom Line Former junior college transfer who displayed the athleticism that allowed Texas A&M to keep Germain Ifedi at right tackle in 2015. Foot quickness could make him a target of teams who ask more from their tackles in the run game, but his lack of bend could create consistent issues against bull-rushers. While teams could try him at guard, he will likely stay outside at tackle and compete as a swing tackle right away.
  5. I am here now! I will look at my draft board and pick shortly!
  6. I sent it Monk! Thanks!
  7. Thanks Monk! I will send it to you.
  8. Who will be online tonight that I can send the Redskins pick to in case I am not online when the Rams picks or their time runs out
  9. The Washington Redskins with pick #220 acquired from the san Fransisco 49ers select Nate Hairston CB Temple. Draft Projection Round 5-6 Bottom Line Raw but very moldable prospect. Hairston shows good awareness from zone and his physical style and willingness to come tackle make him an immediate fit for primarily zone cover teams. However he may have the tools to eventually become a solid bump-and-run cornerback as he becomes more experienced at the position. Hairston is a projection-based talent who should become a much better player in two years than he is today
  10. The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the clock!
  11. The Washington Redskins with pick #182 acquired rom the green Bay Packers select Collin Buchanan OT Miami (OH) Mid-American. The Washington Redskins decided to add to their OL depth. Sources Tell Us "I kind of like him. I like the way he punches because it's direct and his hands are pretty quick. When you move from tackle to guard you have to prove that you can speed up your hands and I think he has that already." -- AFC offensive line coach NFL Comparison Quinton Spain Bottom Line Thickly built offensive linemen who is likely to move inside due to a lack of length. Buchanan has decent hand quickness and good feet for the interior and he shows the necessary anchor to battle back against bull-rushers. He doesn't appear to have scheme limitations, but he is better suited for a gap scheme. Buchanan's balance and athleticism are good enough to offer value as a backup right tackle which should add to his value on the third day. He could challenge for a starting position within the first couple of years.
  12. I am here! I will check my draft board and pick soon!
  13. The Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock with pick #170!
  14. The Washington Redskins with their 5th round Pick #154 acquired from the New Orleans Saints select George Kittle TE Iowa. NFL Comparison Charles Clay Bottom Line H-back type who lacks the desired size for in-line blocking but certainly has the technique and willingness to do it. He has good hands and flashes an ability to challenge as a pass catcher on all three levels. Kittle has the athleticism and blocking ability to become an effective move tight end if paired in the right system. Round 5 (183): TE George Kittle, Iowa - Kittle is a tremendous athlete and might be the best blocking tight end in this class. Possessing an obvious area where he wins, with a possible athletic ceiling in others, would allow Kittle to see the field early. I would be shocked if the 6’4, 247 pound Kittle were still on the board at this point after putting together a combine for the ages, running a 4.52s 40 yard dash and posting an explosive 11’ broad jump. Kittle has collected 604 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns over the past two seasons and PFF rated Kittle as the 6th best receiving tight end and 5th best run blocking tight end entering the 2016 season. Kittle played under head coach Kirk Ferentz, who served as Bill Belichick’s offensive line coach in Cleveland. Iowa has a strong tradition of tight ends that contribute in the NFL, from Dallas Clark and Scott Chandler to Brandon Myers, Tony Moeaki, and C.J. Fiedorowicz. Kittle has played in just 19 of the past 27 games for Iowa due to injury. Kittle also brings something different than those three. He’s an excellent run-blocking tight end who plays with the mentality of an offensive lineman. At 247 pounds, he’s perhaps a little undersized as a blocker, but he makes up for it with desire and work ethic. He has excellent blocking technique with good pad level, great hand placement and strong footwork. Kittle could be used in a H-back or possibly fullback role, as well as a backup tight end, and should contribute on special teams too.
  15. I am here! I will look over my draft board and make my pick shortly!