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Washington tried twice in free agency to sign a top cornerback but could not complete a deal with Aqib Talib, who re-signed with New England, or Antoine Winfield, who chose Seattle after visiting Redskins Park. On Friday, though, the Redskins can handpick their man.
Washington is scheduled to pick Friday in the second and third rounds (51st and 85th overall). The club's greatest needs are in the defensive secondary. We take a look at some players who could fill those needs Friday, according to top draft analysts.
Let's take a look at some of the rich history and traditions of one of the National Football League's most important events of the year.
Looking at the careers of Jason White and Sam Bradford before him in this era of Oklahoma passing, it would be natural to immediately roll your eyes and suspect that Landry Jones is just the next system quarterback in the Sooners' machine.
A former sports agent tells Sports Illustrated he paid college football players early in his career, and several of them confirm it to the magazine.
Fuzzy or fierce? Sweet or scary? Goofy or graceful?
So I'm reading about this academic scandal at Florida State, about the 20-odd players reportedly cheating in a online music history exam, and I'm thinking: Is that the same course Jack Black taught in "School of Rock"?