2017 NFL Mock Draft

2017 NFL Mock Draft 10.0

The latest look at the 2017 mock draft by Ben Standig for CSNmidatlantic.com goes two rounds deep. How many quarterbacks in round...

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Hypothetical first-round trade could be a good one for the Redskins
Peter King has proposed a significant first-round draft trade for the Redskins. If that deal with the Texans is there should Washington take it?
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With 10 draft picks, the Redskins are ready to deal
Need to Know: The Redskins already have 10 picks but they'll take more if they can deal for them. 
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Casserly has the Redskins drafting Takkarist McKinley
In his Facebook live NFL mock draft, former Redskins GM Charley Casserly has the Redskins selecting Takkarist McKinley with their first-round pick.
La Canfora predicts the Redskins address front 7 at No.17
CBS NFL insider Jason La Canfora sees the Redskins selecting a defensive player on Thursday at pick No. 17.
La Canfora sees Cousins deal happening at July 15th deadline
CBS NFL insider Jason La Canfora on when a deal with Kirk Cousins could take place.
This is how the Redskins would get an 'A' on their draft
JP Finlay and Trevor Matich explain what it will take for the Redskins to get through the NFL Draft with a top-notch grade later this week.
One QB the Redskins could look at in the middle rounds
If the Redskins decide to pick a quarterback in the middle rounds of the draft, what player would make sense? Trevor Matich sees a little Kirk Cousins in his candidate.
The case for limiting Jay Gruden's power in decision-making
Jay Gruden will likely have more input moving forward now that Scot McCloughan is gone. Trevor Matich says that may not be the best idea.
The biggest area of need the Redskins must address
JP Finlay and Trevor Matich are in agreement on the areas that the Redskins must take care of with their picks in this week's draft.
Foster, Hooker, and McKinley: Who is best for the Redskins?
Which of Reuben Foster, Malik Hooker, and Takkarist McKinley would be the best fit for the Redskins to draft in the first round of the NFL Draft?
Could the Redskins trade up for Jonathan Allen?
Does former Redskins general manager Charley Casserly think the Redskins will trade up for Jonathan Allen in his mock draft?
Who works the phones for Redskins, and who makes the call?
Since the dismissal of former general manager Scot McCloughan, there's been little question who was in charge at Redskins Park. Unofficially anyway. 
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Charley Casserly is so excited over favorite NFL Draft pick
The former Redskins GM explains who his favorite player is in the NFL Draft and why he thinks the Saints are going to get him.
Mitch Trubisky
Would Redskins trade up for Mitchell Trubisky?
While breaking down his picks for the entire first round, former Redskins GM Charley Casserly answers this very important question.
Who will pull the trigger on a draft trade for the Redskins?
Who is the Redskins front office has the ultimate say in whether the Redskins will make a trade during the NFL Draft? Redskins Director of College Scouting breaks the process down.
Redskins staying mum on controversial Mixon
The Redskins may or may not have one of the most polarizing members of the 2017 draft class on their draft board. But they do believe that character counts.
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Redskins re-sign linebacker Will Compton
The Redskins’ now have both of their restricted free agent players under contract, after LB Will Compton signed his tender on Monday. 
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Odd coincidence could land Redskins with DT
Much talk surrounding the political scene in Washington centers on rebuilding infrastructure. Much talk surrounding the football scene in Washington centers on rebuilding the D-line. 
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Left guard, backup center in the spotlight on Redskins' offensive line
Redskins depth chart preview: The offensive line is pretty well set but they may be in search of a starter and a key backup. 
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5 questions for Redskins Director of College Scouting Scott Campbell
Redskins Director of College Scouting Scott Campbell will speak to the media on Monday, and there are plenty of questions as Washington prepares for the draft on Thursday. 
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Third-down passing stats reveal why the Redskins need to draft edge rushers
Need to Know: A weak third down defense should have the Redskins looking to draft edge rushers early. 
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2017 NFL Mock Draft 10.0
The 2017 NFL Draft is less than a week away. Here is Cour latest mock from CSN expert Ben Standig.
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Redskins’ Friday draft picks could be just as vital to success as first-rounder
Need to Know: The Redskins probably won't get a run-stuffing defensive lineman until Day 2 of the draft but that player will be just as important as the first-round pick. 
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The Redskins week that was—Mock drafts, cap bargains
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was including the schedule release, a Redskins mock, and draft dynamics.
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Finlay's wishlist: Three players he wants the Skins to draft
Redskins Insider JP Finlay lists the three players — two defenders and one wide receiver — that he thinks would be excellent additions to the Redskins in the draft.
Redskins re-sign Chris Thompson
Chris Thompson has been a Redskin since 2013. And after some Friday news, it's official he'll be a member of the team for at least another year.
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One reason to watch each Redskins game this year
Redskins fans usually don't need much convincing to watch their team, but here's one reason every game on Washington's schedule is absolutely worth tuning in to.
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Redskins' Thompson and Compton still unsigned but options are very limited
Chris Thompson and Will Compton are expected to be two key contributors for the 2017 Washington Redskins. Technically both are unsigned but they don’t have many options.
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Redskins mock draft roundup: Picks tilting towards defense
The Redskins' first-round mock draft picks seem to be tilting towards the defense or the offensive line. 
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McNally can see the Redskins taking a RB at No.17
Redskins beat reporter Brian McNally predicts the Redskins will take a running back at number 17 if a big prospect is still available.
Who is the mouthpiece for the Redskins ahead of the draft?
With Scot McCloughan out, who will be leading the pre-draft meeting on Monday?
Five pivotal games on the Redskins' 2017 schedule
Need to Know: There are games during a season that can turn things in one direction or another. Here are five such games for th 2017 Redskins.
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Finlay gets no mercy from sinking chair, or Carlin & B-Mitch
Sometimes studio chairs are temperamental animals. JP Finlay found that out the hard way during a Redskins Facebook Live.
JP Finlay breaks down the Redskins 2017 schedule
JP Finlay reacts to the release of the Redskins 2017 schedule, which features five primetime games.
Redskins will have opportunity early and late in 2017
Redskins schedule analysis: The Redskins have five prime time games on a schedle that starts and ends with fairly easy games but is tough in between. 
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Redskins full 2017 schedule released
The NFL released the Redskins' full schedule on Thursday. Fans should be excited because Washington will play in five national TV games.
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2017 NFL Schedule Release: Printable Redskins schedule
The NFL released its schedule for the 2017 regular season. Download and print the Redskins's 2017 schedule here. 
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Where is Brandon Scherff looking to improve this offseason?
Brandon Scherff and the rest of the Redskins offensive line is looking to make strides in the offseason heading into the 2017 season.
Another hurdle emerges for 'Bama LB Reuben Foster before draft
Throughout the 2016 college football season, Reuben Foster looked like a first-round lock in the NFL Draft. After a tumultous Combine and new troubles, that could change. 
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Redskins 2017 schedule leaks, including opener and finale
The NFL will release the full 2017 schedule Thursday night, but plenty of bits and pieces are leaking out. Through various reports, three of the 16 games can now be penciled in. 
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Will the Redskins add a top running back to the depth chart in the draft?
Redskins depth chart preview: The Redskins are OK at running back but if they want to get better they may have to look to the draft. 
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Chavous feels Redskins should lean towards DB at 17
CBS Sports Draft analyst Corey Chavous feels the Redskins should lean towards selecting a defensive back at pick 17.
Redskins mock 2.0 goes offense early, defense often
Tandler's second crack at a Redskins mock draft yields an offensive playmaker early and a healthy dose of defense later.
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Report: Redskins to host Thanksgiving game
After playing in Dallas on Thanksgiving in 2016, most thought the Redskins would be able to enjoy the holiday with their families this season. That will not be the case, per a report.
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What we know about 2017 Redskins schedule
The full NFL schedule will be released Thursday night, but even before the Redskins 2017 plans get posted, much has already been decided. 
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What should the Redskins expect from their second-round draft pick?
Need to Know: There's a lot of focus on the Redskins' top draft pick but what kind of player might they get in the second round?
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Cook and McCaffrey would make the Redskins think hard
If Dalvin Cook and/or Christian McCaffrey are available when the Redskins pick in the first round, they'd be players really worth considering.
Which defensive level should the Redskins address at No. 17?
If the Redskins take a defender at No. 17 in the first round of the draft, which level of the unit should they supplement? Rich Tandler offers his analysis.
Jon Gruden is very impressed with Terrelle Pryor
Terrelle Pryor is going to be an important cog in Jay Gruden's offense this year. Jay's brother, Jon, sounds like he expects Pryor to thrive in that role.
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Former Redskins stars to appear on HBO's Hard Knocks
Two former Redskins will get the chance to be on Hard Knocks for the 2017 season. 
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Where do the Redskins need to add players in the draft and as undrafted free agents?
Tandler breaks down the Redskins' roster, looking at what positions they will need to draft and sign on offense. 
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Finlay on Cousins: 'I think he'll start week 1 on the tag'
CSN Redskins insider JP Finlay believes Kirk Cousins will be the Redskins QB in 2017 and possibly even 2018.
What is the atmosphere like at Redskins Park?
CSN Redskins insider JP Finlay gave the Junkies an update on the atmosphere at Redskins Park and how the day-to-day operations have been affected.
Finlay on who the Redskins could select at 17
CSN Redskins insider JP Finlay joined the Junkies Wednesday to discuss who the Redskins could be selecting at 17.
What will the Redskins do with pick No. 17?
Need to Know: What will the Redskins do with the 17th pick in the draft? Tandler breaks out the casino chips. 
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Draft Special: Jonathan Allen breaks down 'superman' play
Jonathan Allen breaks down his Superman Tackle vs Texas A&M, and explains how film study helped him out during his college career.
Draft Special: BC's John Johnson draws up plays for ex-GM
Boston College CB John Johnson breaks down a play on the dry Erase board with Charley looking on and making sure he know his coverages.
Draft Special: Alabama's Jonathan Allen on getting better
Alabama star and top 2017 NFL Draft prospect Jonathan Allen talks with CSN analyst Charley Casserly about what he wanted to improve on before the draft and what teams have worked him out already
Draft Special: Jonathan Allen on using social media
CSN Analyst Charley Casserly goes 1-on-1 with top NFL Draft prospect Jonathan Allen about the importance and dangers of using social media.
Doctson the key to Redskins wide receivers in 2017
2017 depth chart preview: The Redskins have to replace two 1,000-yard receivers just to break even this year. 
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Garcon: 'All the players loved Scot'
The Redskins did not just lose a top-flight receiver when Pierre Garçon signed with the 49ers, they also lost a open and honest voice, and Garçon talked about Scot McCloughan.
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How much cap space will the Redskins need to sign their 2017 draft picks?
The Redskins have $8.1 million in cap space and will have 10 draft picks to sign. Don't worry the math works out. 
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Washington Wide Receiver Jamison Crowder
Could the Redskins offense be better in 2017?
Offense led the way for the Redskins in 2016, and while the unit lost a lot of weapons this offseason, players believe production can increase in 2017.
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Casserly on who the Redskins need to draft at 17
Former Redskins GM and CSN NFL analyst Charley Casserly on who the Redskins need to draft during the first round.
Could the draft be an indicator of Moses’ long-term future?
Need to Know: The Redskins may be set a right tackle for a long time. Or they may need to have one ready for 2018.
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Su'a Cravens roasts critic who entered his mentions
In the latest example of why flooding an athlete's mentions with hate is unwise, Su'a Cravens roasted a Twitter user who criticized the Redskins' defender Monday.
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New Podcast: Redskins draft plans, and contingencies
The Redskins hold the 17th pick in the NFL Draft next week, and the team needs both plans, and contingencies. JP Finlay and Rich Tandler discuss on the latest podcast.
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100 days until training camp, Redskins back at work
Monday marked the beginning of OTAs for Redskins players. No football was played but plenty of working, after all, it's just 100 days until training camp. 
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You'll soon be able to play golf at FedEx Field
Fan of the Redskins and golf? For three days this summer you can play nine holes at FedEx Field. 
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Patrick Mahomes USAT
Rise of Patrick Mahomes could bring big payoff for Redskins
Almost every year it happens: A quarterback emerges and begins to build serious momentum leading up to the draft. This year the player flying up draft boards is Patrick Mahomes.
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Three D-linemen the Redskins could pick after Round 1
The Redskins need defensive line help, but if they look elsewhere early, they could loop back around and take one of these three players later.
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Will Cook's talent outweigh his red flags in the Redskins' evaluation?
Redskins draft countdown: If the Redskins can't get a difference making defender at No. 17, an RB might help the defense more. 
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Redskins defensive line
Not the right draft to demand D-tackle
The Redskins defensive line has struggled for a number of years, but the 2017 NFL Draft may not present the opportunity for the quick fix many fans want. 
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The Redskins get back to football today, sort of
For the first time since their gut-punch loss to the Giants, a defeat that knocked them out of the playoffs, the Redskins get back to football today. Well, sort of. 
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The Redskins' five best salary cap bargains for 2017
Need to Know: To be successful in the NFL you need some players to outperform their contracts. Here are the Redskins' best bargains.
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Don't count out any RB for Redskins at 17
A few weeks back speculation started to build that the Redskins might select Christian McCaffery with the 17th pick, but this past week, another running back visited Ashburn. 
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Khairi Fortt will play Sean Taylor on TV
Redskins linebacker Khairi Fortt will reportedly play Redskins legend Sean Taylor in an upcoming episode of "The Perfect Murder." 
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The Redskins week that was—Full Redskins mock draft, state of inside LBs
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was including Tandler's 7-round mock draft and the inside LB's under the microscope. 
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Trent Murphy loses his appeal, is officially suspended
Murphy, who's entering an important season with the Redskins, won't get to play all of it. On Friday, it was announced his four-game suspension would stand.
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Eli Manning implicated in memorabilia scam
A lawsuit that was filed in 2014 and is set for trial alleges that Eli Manning passed along fake memorabilia, and Giants employees helped him.
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FINLAY: Reflecting on football and fatherhood
Redskins Insider JP Finlay talks about the recent loss of his father through the prism of a lifetime shaped by football. 
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Redskins among teams hardest hit by injuries in 2016
Redskins fans who thought that the 2016 team had an excessive amount of bad fortune on the injury front now have some hard numbers to back up their point of view.
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Will the Redskins pick from a deep draft pool of tight ends to improve depth?
2017 Redskins depth chart preview: The Redskins have a Pro Bowl tight end and a veteran backup but Jay Gruden hinted the team still will look for one. 
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Will the Redskins take a cornerback in the first round?
Need to Know: The Redskins may well find a cornerback at the top of their draft board when they are on the clock. Would they take one?
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Snyder
Dan Snyder's statement on the passing of Dan Rooney
Redskins owner Dan Snyder offered a statement on the passing of Steelers legendary owner Dan Rooney. 
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First-round D-lineman visits Redskins Park
The Redskins had a very talented but inconsistent defensive lineman in for a pre-draft visit this week. 
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Redskins' preseason opener date set
The date for the Redskins' preseason opener against the Ravesn is set and that gives us a good idea of when training camp will open. 
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Redskins' picture at safety looking up with Cravens, Swearinger
2017 Redskins depth chart preview: Don't look now but the Redskins may be set at safety for the next few years. 
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Five low-risk players the Redskins may consider in the draft
Need to Know: The Redskins might play it safe in this year's draft; here are some possibile early picks if they do. 
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'Skins haven't fared well vs. or in Atlanta and Toronto recently
The Wizards and Caps are playing teams from Atlanta and Toronto, respectively, in first-round playoff series. How have the Redskins fared recently vs. opponents from or in those cities? Not well.
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NFL Draft prospect breakdown: MSU DL Malik McDowell
Malik McDowell can play all over the line, but what is his specialty? Charley Casserly gives his analysis.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Florida DT Caleb Brantley
Caleb Brantley is a beast when he's on, but something about him nags at Charley Casserly. Watch a report on the lineman here.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Alabama DL Jonathan Allen
Charley Casserly makes a couple of lofty comparisons between Jonathan Allen and NFL players in this breakdown of the Alabama defensive lineman.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Michigan DE Taco Charlton
Taco Charlton has a great name, but how's his game? Charley Casserly has the scouting reporting on the ex-Wolverine.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Alabama LB Reuben Foster
Charley Casserly is a huge fan of Reuben Foster. Find out who Casserly compares Foster to in this breakdown.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Tennessee DE/LB Derek Barnett
Derek Barnett can do a lot as an edge rusher, but where could he stand to improve? Charley Casserly has a breakdown of him here.
How could the 49ers draft strategy affect the Redskins and Kirk Cousins?
The 49ers are kicking the tires on all of the draft's top quarterbacks. Could they end up being out of the Kirk Cousins market in 2018?
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Every position is a draft need for the Redskins
The Redskins will be filling a need no matter what positions the players they draft play. 
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Redskins first-round trade up-trade down options
Need to Know: The Redskins will have options to move up or down from pick No. 17. Tandler looks at a few possibilities. 
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Should the Redskins cut Junior Galette or keep him?
After a recent arrest, coupled with other past off-field issues and injuries, Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette may be becoming more trouble than he's worth. Brian Mitchell and Julie Donaldson...
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: UNC-C DT Larry Ogunjobi
Larry Ogunjobi may not be a familiar name, but he has a chance to become one. Charley Casserly has more on the future NFL defensive lineman.
Derek Carrier
Derek Carrier looking forward to new season
Redskins tight end Derek Carrier told Larry Michael on "Redskins Nation" that he is looking forward to the "fresh start" this season after a "disappointing" end in 2016.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Stanford DE Solomon Thomas
Solomon Thomas is a surefire first-rounder this season. What are his strengths and weaknesses, though? Charley Casserly has the answers.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Mizzou DE/OLB Charles Harris
Missouri may not be a great football school, but Charles Harris is a great football player. Charley Casserly has more on the future NFL defender.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: UCLA LB Takk McKinley
Takk McKinley is going to improve someone's pass rush in the NFL. But what are some holes in his game? Charley Casserly has a scouting reporting on the UCLA defender.
Redskins could draft an offensive lineman again in the first round
Defense may be the focus, but come the 17th pick there may be a better option on the board for the Redskins. 
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Seven-round Redskins mock draft, ver. 1.0
Tandler's Redskins mock draft: The board will be tricky for the Redskins in the first couple of rounds but they come out of it with some quality players. 
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NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett
Myles Garrett is the odds-on favorite to be the No. 1 pick, so what makes him so tantalizing? Charley Casserly gives a scouting report on the defensive end.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Temple LB Haason Reddick
What does the raw Haason Reddick do well, and where does he need work? Charley Casserly gives his analysis.
Can Redskins CB Kendall Fuller take the next step in his second season?
2017 Redskins depth chart preview: The greatest potential for improvement at coenrback comes from a second-year player with first-round talent.
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Fan questions—Aggressive D, Jabrill Peppers at 17?
Need to Know: Answer some fan quesions on Jabrill Peppers and how aggressive we can expect the Redskins' defense to be. 
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Galette arrested over the weekend
Pass rusher Junior Galette has had some health issues the past two seasons for the Redskins. Now, it appears, he could be facing legal trouble.
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Gibbs' perfect answer to Cowboys fan who wanted photo
During a NASCAR event on Sunday, a Dallas Cowboys fan asked Joe Gibbs for a photo. What the ex-Redskins coach did next was truly epic.
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NFL Draft prospect breakdown: UM safety Jabrill Peppers
Jabrill Peppers is one of the draft's most intriguing players. Charley Casserly weighs in on his pro potential.
Redskins announce 2017 preseason opponents
The NFL unveiled the four opponents the Redskins will face in the 2017 preseason. Here are the teams the Redskins will face.
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Smith and Galette are the X factors for the Redskins’ outside linebackers
Redskins depth chart preview: The Redskins' pass rush could get a major boost from two players who already are on the roster. 
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Will the Redskins make RB McCaffrey the centerpiece of their offense with pick No. 17?
Redskins draft countdown: Washington may be looking for an offensive focal point for the coming years. An explosive running back could fill the bill. 
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2017 NFL Mock Draft 10.0
The latest look at the 2017 mock draft by Ben Standig for CSNmidatlantic.com goes two rounds deep. How many quarterbacks in round one? When will Deshaun Watson, Christian McCaffrey and Jabrill Peppers hear...
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Redskins legend Williams among the best players drafted at No. 17
Need to Know: A look at the best players the Redskins have taken with pick No. 17.
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2017 NFL MOCK DRAFT 8.0: Toughest Team On The Board
Some teams in the 2017 NFL Draft have it easy. The Washington Redskins are not one of them, at least not when it comes to projecting what they might do in the first round.
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Brown adds playmaking element to Redskins' inside linebackers
Redskins depth chart preview: Zach Brown adds an element of speed and playmaking ability to the Redskins inside LB group.
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What position will the Redskins take in the first round?
The Redskins could go a lot of ways in the first round. Tandler sets the odds on what position they will take. 
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NFL Draft prospect breakdown: OSU safety Malik Hooker
Malik Hooker produced terrific numbers in his last year at Ohio State. Charley Casserly gives his rapid fire scouting report on the future NFL safety.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: LSU safety Jamal Adams
Jamal Adams could very well be the next top safety in the NFL. Charley Casserly breaks down the talented defender's game.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Washington CB Sidney Jones
Sidney Jones was a surefire first-rounder until he tore his Achilles. So what's his future now? Charley Casserly weighs in.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: OSU CB Marshon Lattimore
Marshon Lattimore has the look of a future shutdown corner in the NFL. Where could he get better, though? Charley Casserly has two concerns.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Alabama OL Cam Robinson
Cam Robinson is a big body along the offensive line. Charley Casserly gives his overall evaluation of the future NFL first-rounder.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Utah tackle Garett Bolles
You may not know the name Garett Bolles, but you should. Charley Casserly evaluates the promising Utah tackle here.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: LSU CB Tre'Davious White
Charley Casserly identifies the strongest and weakest parts of LSU corner Tre'Davious White's game.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Clemson QB Deshaun Watson
Deshaun Watson is a national champion, but will he be a productive pro? Charley Casserly offers his opinion on the future first-rounder.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: LSU RB Leonard Fournette
One NFL team is going to spend a high pick on Leonard Fournette. Here's why he's so appealing, according to Charley Casserly.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Wisconsin OL Ryan Ramczyk
Charley Casserly gives a rapid fire scouting report on Wisconsin offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk, pointing out the good and bad in his game.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: ND QB DeShone Kizer
One NFL team is going to take DeShone Kizer and expect lots of production from him. Charley Casserly says that may not be wise.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: UNC QB Mitch Trubisky
Charley Casserly identifies the best and worst parts about UNC QB Mitch Trubisky's game, and which NFL passers he plays like.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Stanford's Christian McCaffrey
Christian McCaffrey has impressed a lot of scouts in college and leading up to the draft. Charley Casserly discusses what's to like and not to like about the Stanford star.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Texas Tech QB Pat Mahomes
Some teams have gone as far to rate Pat Mahomes as their top QB in the draft, but why? Charley Casserly gives his report on the passer here.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Clemson WR Mike Williams
There's a lot to like about Mike Williams, but where is he weak? Draft analyst Charley Casserly looks for one in this player report.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Florida State RB Dalvin Cook
Charley Casserly is a huge fan of Dalvin Cook. What is there to like about the FSU RB? The ex-GM gives his report.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: WMU WR Corey Davis
Corey Davis looks like a first-round pick. Charley Casserly points out the strengths and weakness of the Western Michigan wideout.
NFL Draft prospect breakdown: Washington WR John Ross
Where is Washington WR John Ross best, and what are his weaknesses? Draft analyst Charley Casserly gives his assessment.
Playmaking, first round ILB visited the Redskins
The Redskins still need help at inside linebacker and a good one has paid an offical draft visit to Ashburn. 
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The Redskins week that was—New starters on D, middle round picks critical
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was including the new strters on defense, a surprise free agent deal, and no-go on Sherman.
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Could the Redskins really draft Deshaun Watson?
Could the Redskins really go and draft a quarterback in the first round, like Deshaun Watson, with Kirk Cousins still on the roster?
Eleven key Redskins will be in their contract years in 2017
The Redskins have a lot of potential 2018 fee agents and 11 of them cold be considered important players. 
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RB McCaffrey to visit Redskins, will he be there at No. 17 if they want him?
Need to Know: Your Friday three and out takes a look at some draft topics and 2018 contracts and cap space. 
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Redskins sign a very, very tall offensive lineman
On Thursday afternoon, the Redskins announced they had signed offensive lineman John Kling. Kling is large, and has a perfect Twitter name to match his size.
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The various workouts that teams use before the NFL Draft
Incoming NFL rookies go through a few workouts before being drafted. Charley Casserly explains how those workouts differ and which one is most useful.
Best player available or finding a guy who fits your system?
Charley Casserly attempts to answer one of the NFL Draft's most prevalent questions: Do you draft by need and system fit, or take the best player available?
The role that social media plays in the NFL Draft
Many incoming rookies who are a part of the 2017 NFL Draft use social media. Charley Casserly explains how their online presence can affect their draft stock.
How injuries can complicate a prospect's stock in the draft
Some players enter the NFL Draft with injuries. Charley Casserly looks at how those injuries can affect a rookie's stock in the eyes of NFL teams.
15 of the biggest NFL Draft busts ever
These 15 NFL Draft busts were selected in the event's first round and then never even came close to living up to that lofty selection. 
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How will the Redskins make decisions come draft day?
Charley Casserly lays out a possible blueprint for how the Redskins will do things when they're on the clock in the 2017 draft.
Incoming safeties the Redskins could use in their secondary
Charley Casserly picks out a few safeties who are a part of the 2017 NFL Draft class that would make nice additions to the Redskins' defensive backs unit.
Mid-round defensive ends the Redskins would be lucky to grab
Charley Casserly tells Julie Donaldson three defensive end prospects the Redskins could snag after the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Mid-round ILBs that would upgrade the Redskins' defense
Charley Casserly identifies two mid-round linebacker prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft that he says would immediately upgrade Washington's defense.
How NFL teams rank players and build draft boards
Charley Casserly details the various stages that NFL teams go through as they build their draft boards each year.
These OLBs may interest the Redskins in the 2017 NFL draft
Charley Casserly tells Julie Donaldson possible outside linebacker targets that the Redskins could select in this April's NFL Draft.
How NFL teams intensely research each prospect in the draft
Charley Casserly explains to Julie Donaldson the almost never-ending evaluation that NFL teams do on each wave of rookies that are a part of the NFL Draft.
Is there a bonafide franchise QB in the 2017 NFL Draft?
Charley Casserly and Julie Donaldson discuss this year's crop of quarterbacks in the 2017 draft, and debate whether there is a genuine franchise passer in the bunch.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 safeties
Charley Casserly ranks the top safeties who'll be drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft, from the center fielders to the in-the-box guys.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 CBs
The 2017 NFL Draft has some really gifted corners available. Watch Charley Casserly rank the top guys here.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 TEs
OJ Howard is the most explosive TE in this year's draft class, but who's on his tail? Charley Casserly provides insight here.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 OTs
Offensive tackle isn't a glamour position, but it sure does matter. Watch Charley Casserly rank his favorite tackles in this year's draft class.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 WRs
There are a lot of intriguing options in this year's wide receiver class, but which player is at the top? Charley Casserly gives his opinion.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 OLBs
Outside linebacker is an important position in today's NFL. Watch Charley Casserly rank the top guys at that spot who'll be taken in this year's draft.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 ILBs
Which inside linebackers are the best prospects in this year's draft? Charley Casserly breaks it down.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 interior OL
In this On The Clock segment, Charley Casserly identifies the top guards and centers in the 2017 NFL Draft. Will any sneak into the first round?
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 DTs
In this On The Clock segment, Charley Casserly gives insight on Jonathan Allen's future, and which DTs follow Allen in the rankings.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 DEs
In this On The Clock segment, Charley Casserly says Myles Garrett is more instinctive and productive than many elite pass rushers who've gone before him, and also analyzes the prospects behind him.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the top 2017 RBs
In this On The Clock segment, Charley Casserly says Leonard Fournette is a franchise changing player, while Joe Mixon is a prospect he wouldn't draft.
CSN Draft Room: Casserly ranks the 2017 QB class
In this On The Clock segment, Charley Casserly lists the strengths and weaknesses of the top quarterback prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Why Redskins unlikely to trade for Richard Sherman
The Seahawks, oddly, have openly talked about trading Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman. Plenty of teams will be interested, but that might not include the Redskins. 
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Redskins D-line depth chart needs major changes
Redskins depth chart preview: The defensive line received a boost in free agency but there is still work to be done. 
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Should the Redskins shift to a run-first philosophy?
Need to Know: If Kirk Couins is gone in a year, should the Redskins go all-in on the running game?
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Dale Jr. forced to drive Eagles car
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a HUGE Redskins fan, but unfortunately, will be supporting their NFC East rival team on June 11th.
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3 things Redskins still need to address this offseason
With Zach Brown, Terrelle Pryor and D.J. Swearinger, the Redskins front office deserves credit for a smart and effective free agency period, but plenty remains to be done.
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Is edge rusher T.J. Watt a fit for the Redskins?
Redskins draft countdown: Maybe T.J. Watt won't be as good as his older brother J.J. but you can't have too many pass rushers. 
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Redskins looking for a backup center as Sullivan signs with Rams
The Redskins are in search of a backup center as John Sullivan signs with the Rams. 
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Will the Redskins go O-line in round one?
Need to Know: The Redskins could take a player at nearly any position in the first round but how likely are they to take a guard?
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New #RedskinsTalk Podcast: Breaking down Zach Brown signing
JP Finlay and Rich Tandler discuss the value in newly signed Redskins LB Zach Brown, and how much he can help the Washington defense.
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Kirk Cousins USAT
What do the Redskins have to do next?
Insider JP Finlay tells Julie Donaldson on SportsNet Central what the Redskins need to do next as they turn the corner on free agency.
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What's up with all of these 1-year deals around the NFL?
The Redskins have made two notable signings on 1-year deals this offseason, but they're not alone. Insider JP Finlay explains why NFL teams are doing it.
What are the Redskins getting in Zach Brown?
Insider JP Finlay explains what the Redskins are getting in Pro Bowl-caliber linebacker Zach Brown.
Is Tony Romo's NFL career over for good?
Tony Romo announced his retirement on Tuesday and will head to the broadcast booth. But should he get the itch, the door remains open.
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Eagles pull off trade with Ravens to acquire D-line help
Redskins fans might think their squad needs defensive line help, but the Eagles made a trade to boost their front on Tuesday, trading for Ravens DL Timmy Jernigan. 
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Zach Brown acquisition unlikely to change Redskins' draft board
The Redskins top three inside linebackers are all slated to be free agents in 2018 so the team must have its eye on replacements in the draft.
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One and done? Single year contract piling up for Redskins
Throughout free agency, a trend has emerged for the 'Skins: One-year contracts. Terrelle Pryor, Zach Brown and Kirk Cousins are all playing on a one-year deal. Is that a problem?
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Tony Romo to retire, enter network broadcast booth
CBS announced Tuesday that Romo will join Jim Nantz and Tracy Wolfson on the lead announce team for the network’s NFL coverage.
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New players will dominate Redskins defense
A different defense does not neccesarily mean an improved defense, though Zach Brown's signing suggests the Redskins are on their way. 
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Are the Redskins' offseason signings affecting Cousins' deal?
The Redskins have made some big signings during the offseason but is that affecting how much they can offer Kirk Cousins?
Redskins' one-year deal for Zach Brown has risk and reward for both parties
Need to Know: Today's three and out looks at the Redskins' acquisition of Zach Brown including a look at his one-year contract. 
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Breeland approves of the Redskins signing Brown
The Redskins landed what could be a boost to their defense in Zach Brown, and some of his new teammates tweeted their approval of the move.
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Redskins agree to deal with big free agent
The Redskins continue to look to strengthen their defense in the offseason, and this definitely helps.
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Kirk Cousins at Nationals Park
Redskins who used to play on the diamond
Two-sport athletes are common throughout high school and there are a handful of Redskins that played both baseball and football.
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2011 bill comes due, Redskins' salary cap space shrinks
The Redskins had $4.5 million removed from their available cap space but it wasn't due to another arbitrary NFL penalty.
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Will Zach Brown's visit to Redskins Park end with a contract?
Need to Know: Linebacker Zach Brown will be at Redskins Park today. Will his visit lead to a contact?
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Redskins to host Pro Bowl LB Zach Brown for free agent visit
Free agents haven't found the usual piles of money around the NFL this offseason, and that could mean the Redskins are able to make a late run at Pro Bowl LB Zach Brown.
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The Redskins' draft could hinge on their middle round picks
Need to Know: A full 40 percent of the Redskins' draft picks are in the third and fourth rounds. Can they find some quality players there?
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Remembering Sean Taylor on his 34th birthday
Lou Holder remembers the football player and man that was Sean Taylor on his 34th birthday.
Will Compton pulls off sick April Fools' day joke
The Internet is a very dangerous place on April Fools' Day, which is something Will Compton demonstrated with just a single tweet on Saturday afternoon.
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Two Redskins safeties wish Sean Taylor a happy birthday
Sean Taylor would've turned 34 years old on Saturday. That fact was not lost on two Redskins safeties who both admire the former Pro Bowler.
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Preston Smith is very proud of his alma mater
Redskins pass rusher Preston Smith, like every other Mississippi State alum — and basically every other sports fan not from Connecticut — loved Friday night's Final Four result.
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The Redskins week that was—Skepticism at safety, Doctson's health
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was including Bruce Allen talking, Josh Doctson's health and Pryor in the Wildcat.
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