The day of the design and the lying season are in full effect. The Redskins are reportedly unwilling to trade for Arizona Cardinals QB Josh Rosen, and people are wondering if they will even vote for Kyler Murray # 1 in the standings. Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen are responsible for the design, and most Redskins fans are afraid of what's going to go crazy. The national media are pushing this story forward, while local reporters say the Redskins could act, but would rather not.
Missouri QB Drew Lock, Duke QB Daniel Jones and Ohio State Dwayne Haskins are still popular options for the Redskins if they do not trade in roses. Haskins has become the clear favorite for the Redskins, as already reported by his design day "slide". There's a lot of smoke about trading for Haskins, but no one really knows what the Redskins are going to do tonight. Fun!
Should the Redskins still draw a QB in the first round? Is trading with Josh Rosen the best long term answer this year? Which non-QB will help the Redskins the most this year?
Dwayne Haskins QB, Ohio
Haskins (6-3, 231) has shown that he can become an NFL quarterback, but he has difficulty with consistency. In 2018, he completed 70 percent of his passes for 4,831 yards with 50 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Haskins fought as a pocket passer against Penn State, but dominated the tough defense of Michigan.
Haskins has a strong arm with the potential to be a passer-by hurting the defense. He has a lot of talent, but there were tracks in 2018, when everything was just a bit off with him. His decisions were not consistent and he made some bad games in terms of ball security. Haskin's field vision needs to improve, and he has to move faster through his progress. Also his footwork needs to be improved and the placement of the ball may be temporarily interrupted. At other times during the year 2018, however, he showed the ability to make special throws with his arm strength and placement. Haskins should have returned to Ohio in 2019 to improve his overall performance before joining the NFL, but opted for the NFL Draft in 2019. Haskins was only a freshman in 2018 and has grown.
Round 2: Parris Campbell WR, Ohio
The Redskins could use more threats for their offense.
Campbell scored 90 receptions in 2018 for 1,063 yards and 12 touchdowns. In 2017 there were a total of 40 receptions for 584 yards and three touchdowns. Campbell made 13 receptions for 121 yards in 2016.
Sources from several teams told me that Campbell has great skills and they thought he would break out in 2017 if the state of Ohio had undertaken to get the ball. The limitations of J.T. Barrett stayed away from Campbell and the other allies of the state of Ohio this season. These sources also believe that Campbell has great talent for the NFL. The 5-foot-11, 205-pounder can be easily combined with the blasting speed to keep distance to each catch. The blows that Campbell team sources have are passes and concern for his hands for the NFL. He is also considered by some to be gadget players. Therefore, he is likely to be on Day 2, much like the earlier Buckeye Curtis Samuel.
Round 3: Chase Winovich OLB, Michigan
The Redskins could use a different passrusher after Preston Smith's departure in a freelance agency.
In 2018, Winovich scored a total of 68 tackles with 17 for a loss, five sacks and a beaten pass. The senior showed with the athletic ability to dive under blockers, the power to fend off the hands of blockers. Winovich can use his hands and feet at the same time and see the field well. With his non-stop engine, he pursues games throughout the field. Its physical look and style are similar to former Packers linebacker Clay Matthews.
Winovich (6-2, 256) is a tough defender who was always in favor of the Wolverines for the ball in 2017. He had an excellent year, a total of 79 Tacks with 18 Tacks for a loss, eight sacks and two forced fumble. Last season he had five sacks. Given his length and weight, Winovich should be better in the NFL switch (3-4 outer linebacker).
Dennis Daley OT, South Carolina
Months ago, sources told me that the Redskins would receive this compensatory pick, and the NFL announced the compensatory picks just ahead of the combine. The Redskins could use an offensive line depth.
Daley is a military college transfer who has become a regular Gamecock player. After a strong senior season, Daley received an invitation to the Senior Bowl, and he was able to rise in the 2019 NFL Draft's weak offensive line-up. The 6ft 5, 317 pounder has a good size for him and started two seasons in South Carolina. Team sources tell me Daley could be a mid-round round in the 2019 NFL Draft.
If the Cardinals decide to trade with Josh Rosen, the Redskins will be one of the favorites who acquire him. They traded for Case Keenum, but needed a young quarterback. Rosen would make a lot of sense. If they can not get roses, they have to pick a quarterback with this pick (or one they trade for.)
Haskins has a tremendous skill, but is not a finished product right now. Teams have no first rounds on him so he could fall into the 20's. However, Daniel Snyder apparently likes him when his son went to school with Haskins, a local product.
OTHER 2019 NFL DESIGN OPTIONS:
1. Daniel Jones / Drew Lock, QB – Also the other quarterbacks make sense.
. 2 Byron Murphy, CB – Charlie Campbell reported that Byron Murphy receives a Top 20 Reward. The Redskins are useful for them, as they have to stand behind the cornerback.
Round 2 : Deebo Samuel WR, South Carolina
The top recipients the Redskins currently have in their squad are Josh Doctson, Paul Richardson, and Trey Quinn. You obviously have to make setting this position a priority.
Deebo Samuel has experienced a massive preliminary design process that thrives on both the Senior Bowl and the combine harvester.
Round 3 : Max Scharping G / OT, Northern Illinois
The Redskins have also made obvious offensive attacks. Apart from quarterback, this is the top position they have been focusing on this offseason. You'll have to replace Trent Williams soon, so it makes sense to have a starter for the future.
Dawson Knox TE, Ole Miss
Jordan Reed has proven to be unreliable, so the Redskins must find a new dense end.
Bleacher Report (Miller)
Washington may have to act to secure it, but all the information gathered the week before the draft indicated that the Redskins really want Dwayne Haskins. A source from the coaching staff said team president Doug Williams was obsessed with getting quarterback in Ohio State.
Haskins & # 39; Rise from Backup to J.T. Barrett to the first is impressive, as is his development in the season. There are some debates about his willingness to play in the NFL after he first started a season at Ohio State, but his accuracy and decision-making are very good. He fits exactly in the coach of Jay Gruden, who is on the West Coast.
. 2 Round: Hakeem Butler WR, Iowa State
3. Round: Jamel Dean CB, Auburn
Anthony Nelson DL, Iowa
This is very nice for Washington, as the Redskins get their husband without getting up. Haskins is an extremely accurate bag connoisseur who could learn behind Case Keenum and Colt McCoy and become an effective franchise QB.
I hear that Haskins is the type that Washington and others want to have in the organization. This would be a big blow to the upside, but I think the jets may be willing to turn away from the price to make up for what they lost to Sam Darnold last year and collect some picks. Why should Washington feel like this kind of promotion? As I see it, daytime design perception is just as important as reality. The perception is now strong in some corners that the Raiders Haskins consider number 4. Whether they are or not, I do not know. I know it helps the jets.
Dan Snyder selects the quarterback of the future from his backyard in Maryland. Haskins' family moved from New Jersey to Maryland at the beginning of his high school years, and Snyder's son and Haskins both attended Bullis School's high school in Potomac, Md. Picking Haskins could make Snyder the indigenous guy's story, who would obviously love the franchise. I found this material by NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky about Haskins very helpful and insightful.
SB Nation (Kadar)
Once again, I have not planned any real trades in these apparent movement teams. If the rumors are true that Bruce Allen has taken the first round for Washington, a quarterback like Haskins could be the target.
CBS Sports (Wilson)
Dwayne Haskins is our No. 1 quarterback, but he could find his way to the middle of the first round if the giants are really not interested in taking him to No.6. The Redskins will not let him pass them; As CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora reports since the Combine, Washington loves Haskins and could even trade for him. In other words, nobody believes that Case Keenum or Colt McCoy are long-term answers, and it's not clear when Alex Smith will play football again. Haskins is a traditional pocket passer who made 70 percent of his rolls in 2018 and dropped 50 touchdowns.
CBS Sports (Brinson)
The Redskins are not allowed to quarterback as they have a lot more problems, but I can tell you, the only way to save their jobs is to take one.
CBS Sports (White) (Trade to # 3)
The Redskins seem to be the best choice to make a bold move to the top A QB, and to achieve this, will cost them next year a first round plus several day 2 tips. Is it worth it? Only time will tell.
CBS Sports (Trapasso) (Trade to # 3)
Mike Maccagnan worked for the Redskins from 1995 to 2000, so his time overlaps with Daniel Snyder's ownership of the club for a year. And Haskins said he is "pretty good friends" with Snyder's son. The jets get their wish and act back.
CBS Sports (La Canfora)
I've been reporting on this game since the Combine, and in this case Skins' QB room shines good luck for once. I would not be the least bit surprised if they moved to 3 or 8 or anywhere to make sure they grab Haskins, but in this exercise he falls right to them.
The Redskins are one of the design's many wildcards, and I expect chaos when owner Dan Snyder "takes over" the first round of the draft. One of my bold predictions is that the Redskins have to work their way up to third place and take Haskins with them, but they do not have to go that far to deliver it.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH LIONS I hear the Lions want to move out and the Redskins want Haskins. So this trade would make sense.
The & # 39; skins could rise to grab their quarterback of the future, or hope Haskins will drop them due to a surprise day slip.
There is much talk about the Redskins trying to ascend to quarterback. Some believe that their goal is Haskins, others believe that it is Daniel Jones.
Washington sweats through the Giants' first pick and decides not to act. The Redskins stay around 15, where Haskins awaits them. Getting Haskins without having to give up the farm would be a win if the QB of Ohio State is indeed – as I hear – their type.
There are a myriad of directions that the Redskins could possibly think about. Go with this choice, but with the approaching design coming, a signal shouter may have turned out to be a favorite. That makes perfect sense, as the quarterback in Washington has great insecurity after Alex Smith's cruel and potentially end-of-career leg injuries. At various times they were associated with Haskins, Daniel Jones of Duke and Drew Lock of Missouri. If the Redskins and their owner Daniel Snyder really crave Haskins, this could require a trade in the top 10.
In a few months, Haskins made his first college start for the Buckeyes a first round in the 2019 NFL Draft. As the only Mel Kiper, Jr. would say: Talk about a meteoric rise! Haskins, a second-class Redshirt student, is understandably a one-year starter, although Mitchell did not hinder Trubisky on the design day. Elsewhere, Haskins reviews many boxes, including size, strong arm with fast, efficient delivery, good accuracy, solid decision making, and high football IQ. Some patience and development will be required, but the potential long-term gains are enormous.
The club of Jay Gruden would have his greatest wish, if this scenario comes true and could even try, if necessary, a light trade towards Haskins. Whatever might come from Alex Smith, Colt McCoy and Case Keenum in DC this season, the future would be Haskins.
New York Post (Trade to # 10)
Forget that Alex Smith's future is in danger. Forget that Case Keenum is a band aid. Daniel Snyder's son is the friend of that quarterback.
The Draft Network (Sikkema) (Trade to # 7)
I heard Dan Snyder had "taken the first round". And from "I said I read it on Twitter."
However, there is a fundamental connection that Washington has with Haskins that makes me believe he is the man they target in a trade-up. I do not think the trade will be as dramatic as achieving 3rd place, as this would require a lot more capital, but I think the change of the first round during Jacksonville will get an extra second round and a second round this year could be enough to make the move, or you may have to throw in a third round of Washington this year, but I think this deal will be dealt with in one way or another.
Jay Gruden said that the player, regardless of their position, they will have to play immediately, if this is a quarterback I think is the ideal target, they will not sit and wait until 15.  The Draft Network (Crabbs) (Trade to # 8)
SURPRISE! The connection between Redskins and Haskins became hot on Wednesday, and there are enough points to make a connection that suggests a legitimate possibility. It helps that the Lions – who like Jonah Williams a bit – miss the jaguars right in front of them. Switch back and regroup to Detroit, a young franchise quarterback for Washington.
Rotoworld (Trade to # 8)
Alex Smith's career is endangered by his Theismannian leg injury. The 32-year-old backup Colt McCoy has a broken leg behind him that required multiple surgeries. Fall Keenum is at best a one-year bridge. If the Redskins can not spy on a pre-draft deal for Josh Rosen they are certainly on the market for early-round quarterbacks. On Tuesday and Wednesday rumors circulated that Haskins' skins were so excited that they would seriously consider choosing him. The Lions want to trade down.
Pro Football Focus (Racer) (Trade to # 11)
The Redskins jump the QB-needy dolphins to develop their dude.
Round 2: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
Round 3: Jamel Dean CB, Auburn
Cable (Easterling) (trade to # 9)
NFL Business rumors (Trade to # 8)
Houston Chronicle (Wilson)
Optimum Scouting (Galko)
NBC Sports (Steady)
2. Round: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford
Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
This was the hardest choice of the group. Remember: I'm not planning any trades that could blow anything up. If Lock or Haskins is still in 15th place, I expect Washington to have a quarterback. Lock has a high ceiling.
Washington Post (Clayton)
This may go in any direction, including the creation of Daniel Jones of Duke, who is believed to be the preferred quarterback of rival Giants. You could also take a pass rushing linebacker like Brian Burns and try to award a round in the third round for Josh Rosen. But they could also opt for Lock, who has a big arm but has some accuracy issues.
Turning to a strong arm, but an unsteady passer-by after Alex Smith's leg injury, the turnaround would be Washington's offense, and perhaps a little more welcome given the lack of big games from the temporary attack last season.
They heard the names of Haskins and Jones in connection with Washington, but not Lock's. Thus, the Mizzou quarterback is plugged in here. I do not think the team is evolving unless the owner forces it. If the team does not go quarterback, it's my bet on Darnell Savage.
The owner of Redskins, Daniel Snyder, takes an active role in the team's first round approach in connection with finding a long-term answer to quarterback.
Washington has the proverbial dry powder to trade up to # 3 with the jets, possibly in exchange for # 15, # 46, # 76 and # 96 or something in that direction. Whether such a deal actually takes place is another matter; Would it be right for the jets to slide back to # 15?
Houston Chronicle (McClain)
Daniel Jones QB, Duke
Honestly, I & # 39; I'm not as high on Jones as most. I do not have a first lap with him because of his average arm strength. He clearly has the size, the mobility and the I. Q. to be successful, and is a clear scheme for Jay Gruden's offense. With Alex Smith, the Redskins are desperate to get the help of QB like any other, looking instead for one of the better options.
CBS Sports (Prisco)
There is a preliminary draft speech that she could talk about bringing Jones to. They do not have to do this in this mock. Jones is a player that NFL scouts love much more than the design analysts.
Jones is the most professional QB in the 2019 class.
Detroit Free Press (Birkett)
Sounds like owner Daniel Snyder, who is determined to take a quarterback who guarantees he turns out to be catastrophic.
Large, athletic quarterback with good accuracy in the short and medium ranges but spotty. 19659145] Blake Bortles
In the first half of the 2018 NFL season, the Washington Redskins were the NFC East class and led the division through the half-time mark. However, during the game against the Houston Texans, quarterback Alex Smith saw his leg cut in half, hoping that the team would actually win the division.
Looking ahead to next season, Smith is already eliminated and the team has decided to take Case Keenum as the starting quarterback. While Keenum has shown he has good thrusts at the NFL level, he is not a long-term answer at this point, and they should try to get a signal caller with overall top # 15.
While some people do not believe he's a first-round talent, Daniel Jones is a name that moves slowly, and the Giants take him in 17th overall. However, he may not have come this far, as he would be a permanent fixture with head coach Jay Gruden in Washington.
The Redskins have the talent to be a solid team next season, and it will be interesting how Keenum plays in his first season in the middle of our nation. If they decide to give Keenum the start of the year and make Jones sit behind him, they may finally have a long-term answer to quarterback position, and that would be best for this organization.
The Draft Network (Marino)
Will Grier QB, West Virginia
* Redskins act up to # 23 with the Texans deciding on OT
That would be 54th overall victory, the Sobleski accepted in the light of the Redskins. This is an ambitious trade-up for a three-year athletic starter in Dillard who killed him in the combine and apparently has the pass-blocker abilities and physical features needed for a rugged left NFL attack.
The Washington Redskins achieved two goals, trending downward from 15th to 23rd overall.
First, the team positioned themselves to achieve a better value for a quarterback they like. West Virginia's Will Grier is a mature contestant who can push veteran Case Keenum right away and fight for the grid.
According to Pro Football Focus the 24-year-old Bellman was the first Missouris Drew Lock made 33 large (or NFL-caliber) casts last season. Grier also posted a percentage of the adjusted completion of 76.6.
Second, additional picks purchased in the marketplace will help Washington supplement ancillary assets. The team has 10 choices. More design capital will help the front office address issues with wide receiver, guard, linebacker and cornerback.
D.K. Metcalf WR, Ole Miss
The Redskins have some short-term Alex Smith contingents in Case Keenum and Colt McCoy Rosen would also be an option. Using this selection instead of a real # 1 receiver makes a lot more sense. Metcalf fulfilled his reputation as a beast (6-3, 228 pounds) in the Combine with his impressive 40-yard batting time (4.33), a high number of bench press reps (27) and a staggering vertical (40 1/2) Inch). He is a classic size / speed looker and then some.
Philly Voice (Kempski)
I would not rule out that Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen make something absurd for a quarterback, but if they stay, they might just stay put over Metcalf because they are one of the NFL's worst receiving corps to have.
Bleacher Report (Davenport)
Marquise Brown WR, Oklahoma
The team has been trying for years to find this true top option, but may eventually search in landing Brown break off. Since Washington 2019 was apparently in complete conversion mode, there is no hurry to bring him back to the field immediately.
T.J. Hockenson TE, Iowa
Touchdown Wire (Farrar)
Do the Redskins trade here for a quarterback? It's tempting, though Jay Gruden believes he can average to below-average quarterbacks and make him great. It's just as likely that this team will wait until the second or third day and invest in a developmental person. If this is the case, Gruden could at least get his hands on the kind of bottleneck that is mandatory in the final version of his offense. Hockenson is not as precise a runner as his Iowa team-mate Noah Fant, but the praise for his blockade is not hype, and he has the right to convincingly bring Grudens complex concepts to the field.
Brian Burns  OLB, Florida State
Let's assume that the Keenum case is indeed the 2019 starter and is fit for purpose. Granted, Washington is in a win-now mode, and how can you best protect yourself from a felony? A strong defense. Washington does not have to collect many points – only more than its opponents. The loss of the edge presence of Preston Smith to the Packers must be tackled, and the hyperathletic Burns is the man who does it.
Round 2: Riley Ridley WR, Georgia
Still Without a Quarterback, Washington 2019 is riding Case Keenum. The prescription cabinet is infertile, making Ridley a wise investment to satisfy a great need. Hakeem Butler could be in the game if the sheet metal is preferred to his size, but Ridley is the wiser choice.
Many are thinking of QB here, and that's entirely possible. But the selection of Burns gives Washington a pass rusher that can complement and benefit the Bama inside guys (Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne). Ryan Kerrigan, a veteran of Edge Rush, also praises the selection.
Clellin Ferrell, OLB, Clemson
Pro Football Focus (Collinsworth)
I still believe that this is a trading partner, Josh Rosen, or maybe a brother trade for Derek Carr, when the Raiders design a quarterback. Anyway, the Redskins seem to be stuck this year, and time is running out for Jay Gruden. So I do not see any rookie quarterback for the future. I can not justify taking the best player on the board, of which I'll say he's Ferrell. His work ethic and his bustle, with a good Passau, will never make you regret him. This is the hardest choice so far.
The Redskins and their quarterback situation will dictate how many bogus drafts are accurate, and pretty sure they'll have a new quarterback will be the end of the draft. My guess? Josh roses. Personally, I think that roses are worth a first rounder, and the Cardinals obviously think they are one. If I were the cards, I would actually prefer more picks (maybe a 2nd, 3rd and future 2nd) to build the entire team where this draft is the lowest. I can see a team like the Redskins having an extra third place ready to play ball. Assuming they end up with roses, I think Ferrell has a choice here. Kerrigan can not do it all by himself, and Ferrell fits the old Preston Smith shape of a big, strong, solid kick incredibly. Even if they have to give up their election in the second and third round, Day 2 of the draft with a new franchise QB and pass rusher must be considered a great victory for this team.
Rashan Gary OLB, Michigan
Die Gerüchteküche lässt die Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins auswählen, sollte er fallen. Hier wählt das Team Rashan Gary aus, ein Kerl mit einem Aufwärtspotenzial, um besser als Quinnen Williams und Ed Oliver zu sein – und das Abwärtspotenzial, um eine Pleite zu sein.
Runde 2 : Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
Round 3 : Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
Julian Love CB, Notre Dame
Chicago Tribune (Biggs)
Die Redskins müssen beim Quarterback etwas unternehmen. Stellen Sie fest, dass sie für Rosen handeln, wenn sie Haskins nicht landen können. Sie müssen immer noch Ziele finden, aber der Entwurf wird in späteren Runden über solide Optionen verfügen und den Passansturm verstärken.
Wen würden Sie für die Redskins in der ersten Runde wählen?
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