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Washington Redskins: Team Draft Needs

Mario Puig

Mario Puig

Mario sets the direction of RotoWire's college football and NFL draft content, with his other responsibilities primarily resting in those same subjects. He's a fan of Chip Kelly, James Harrison and David Bowie.



Robert Griffin scoes 11 fewer touchdowns in 2013 than he did in his 2012 rookie year, giving up nine more turnovers while he was at it. The Redskins need to get him back on track, which means getting receiver help alongside Pierre Garcon. The secondary also needs a lot of work.



1. Cornerback


Both DeAngelo Hall and Josh Wilson are free agents, and the team apparently still isnít sure whether 2013 second-round pick David Amerson is a cornerback or a safety. The trio wasnít even particularly productive in 2013, so even re-signing Hall and Wilson is a bit of a dreary prospect. Although the Redskins donít have a first-round pick due to the trade with St. Louis that landed them Robert Griffin two years ago, but this draft has good enough depth at the position to give the Redskins some worthwhile second- and third-round targets.

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