- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 6, 2018

The Redskins have seven picks in the upcoming draft, but not in all seven rounds. 

The NFL released the final order of the draft Tuesday, filled with compensatory picks and tiebreakers. The league waits until the combine to break tiebreakers, which are decided by a coin toss. 

Here is where the Redskins are picking in this year’s draft: 



First round, 13th overall 

Second round, 44th overall (pick No. 12 in the round) 

Fourth round, 113th overall (pick No. 13 in the round)

Fifth round, 149th overall (pick No. 12 in the round)

Sixth round, 188th overall (pick No. 14 in the round)

Seventh round, 231st overall (pick No. 13 in the round)

Seventh round, 241st  overall (pick No. 23 in the round) 

The press release technically includes the Redskins having their third-round pick (78th overall), but that will go to the Kansas City Chiefs once the Alex Smith trade is officially announced. 

The Redskins gained an extra seventh rounder from the Los Angeles Rams when they traded tight end Derek Carrier in September.

The NFL Draft takes place April 26-28. 

• Matthew Paras can be reached at mparas@washingtontimes.com.

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