The Washington Redskins don’t pick in the NFL draft until the second round, 34th overall, thanks to the Robert Griffin III trade in 2012. A 3-13 record at least provided them a high pick in the second round, which is not exactly what they were hoping for last season. Despite luring some key free agents, the Redskins remain in need of several positions. A right tackle, a safety, an inside linebacker or even another pass-rusher would make sense with their first pick.
ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr.’s fourth 2014 NFL mock draft is out on ESPN Insider today, and his choice would give the Redskins a replacement for a departed leader.