Redskins GM Scot McCloughan prefers bigger, stronger O-linemen. But does that mean he'll go get one at No. 5?
It's no secret the Redskins want to acquire more draft picks, but it's unclear exactly how that will occur. Trading down from the No. 5 spot is not a must, but it would make it easier.
If Robert Griffin III doesn't show that he will be worth of earning $16.2 million in 2016 in the early going in 2016 he could wind up being benched.
Examining the 2015 NFL Draft ceiling and floor for the Redskins, the entire NFC East and the Ravens.
According to a report, the Browns have reached out to the Redskins to talk about trading for the fifth pick in the draft. Are they serious bidders?