2012 NFL Draft: Worst-Case Draft Scenarios for the Washington Redskins

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2012 NFL Draft: Worst-Case Draft Scenarios for the Washington Redskins
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Although recent reports are indicating that the Cleveland Browns—who are stacked with trade ammo—will likely not trade up in order to select Baylor's Robert Griffin III, that doesn't necessarily mean that the Heisman Trophy winner will fall into the laps of the longing Washington Redskins

In fact, many believe that if Griffin is still on the board by the time the Browns pick at No. 4, he will likely be the new quarterback in Cleveland. 

But even if the Redskins don't mortgage their picks to jump the Browns and nab RG3, there's still a ton of potential with the No. 6 pick...and perhaps even further down the board. 

Suddenly, the worst-case scenario for the Washington Redskins in the 2012 NFL draft really isn't that bad at all. 

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