The Washington Redskins are sitting at the No. 2 overall pick but Redskins are increasingly open to the idea of trading down in the 2020 NFL Draft as Washington is seeking a draft haul similar to what they gave up in 2012.
Some will make the case that the Redskins best move is to not take Chase Young at No. 2. The argument isn't what Young can do, because it's explosive, but what trading the pick spot could bring in return.
The Washington Redskins have been highly active in the free-agent market so far this offseason, making a total of 18 acquisitions during this period. However, many of those players, outside of cornerback Kendall Fuller, have been low-cost signings that are on 1-2 year ‘prove-it’ deals.
Washington head coach Ron Rivera has talked about having a competition for the starting quarterback job since taking the job early this year. He’s talked about a healthy Alex Smith potentially being a foil for Dwayne Haskinsnb游戏平台 and left the door open for the team to draft a quarterback in April.
nb游戏平台 No NFL team holds more draft capital than the Dolphins, and no NFL team has been more connected with Tua Tagovailoa than the Dolphins. Add that up, and it's entirely possible Miami will trade up to get him.
About 95 percent of the Washington Redskins free agency signings in 2020 have lacked a sense of pizazz. Many, including names like Kevin Pierre-Lous, Wes Schweitzer, Sean Davis, and Richard Rodgers, have been added to the team in order to bolster the depth, but it’s hard to imagine any one of them having a significant impact on Day 1.
nb游戏平台 The Washington Redskins finally made the change fans have been pleading for, moving on from team president Bruce Allen in December. Now, with new head coach Ron Rivera taking over the team, the new decade can be the start of something fresh for the Redskins. Of course, rebuilding this team all starts with the 2020 NFL Draft.