2010 NFL Draft: Washington Redskins’ Team Needs and Smokescreens

April 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the recent acquisition of Donovan McNabb from the Eagles, the Redskins have solidified the quarterback position and increased their flexibility in the upcoming NFL rookie draft. And with that extra flexibility, it appears the team is now putting up various smokescreens in order to maximize their return from the draft picks they currently have.
Due to previous personnel moves, the Redskins currently have only four picks in the draft and there is plenty of speculation the team will attempt to make trades at or before the draft to increase their overall number of picks.
Their second-round pick was moved to the Eagles as part of the McNabb trade, their sixth-round pick was part of the Jason Taylor trade, and the team used their 2010 third-round pick to take defensive end Jeremy Jarmon in the third round of the 2009 supplemental draft.
The easiest avenue for the Redskins to pick up extra draft picks would be to trade Albert Haynesworth , who reportedly does not want to m...

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