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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Charley Casserly
The Redskins had a selection in the first round of the NFL draft just three times — three times — from 1969 to 1990. And they managed to do just fine without one. With the opportunity to pick in the top round in the draft only three times, the Redskins had a remarkable record of 205-118.
Former Redskins GM Charley Casserly thinks the Redskins will invest heavily--in both senses of the word--on the offensive line in free agency.
Heath Shuler knew what he had to say. It was the fall of 1994, and Washington Redskins coach Norv Turner was giving the touted rookie quarterback the chance to make his NFL debut against the defending Super Bowl-champion Dallas Cowboys.
The Cincinnati Bengals traded Carson Palmer to the Oakland Raiders on Tuesday other day for what could turn out to be two first-round draft picks.
Casserly pointed out that circumstances also allowed the Redskins to flourish without a number one pick so often — three particular circumstances.
"That was like manna from heaven," Casserly said. "The Redskins took full advantage of that time."