A basic understanding of the salary cap reveals the Redskins are likely done with any major free agent signings for 2014. Coach Jay Gruden basically said the same thing.
Now that the Skins added their last big piece in DeSean Jackson, it's time to turn personnel focus to the NFL Draft. Ben Standig recently completed a three round mock draft, and by his estimate, the Redskins could land Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses at No. 34 and Nebraska cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste at No. 66.
It's hard to know which players will fall in the NFL Draft, the event comes loaded with surprises. But adding Moses and Jean-Baptiste would be a major talent influx at needed positions.
Should the Redskins target offensive line and secondary help no matter who is available at their picks? Should Washington's War Room go with the best player available? Will Moses make it to No. 34? What about Jean-Baptiste slipping to the third round?
Let us know what you think in the comments.
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