Redskins 2013 Mock Draft: Final 6-Round Predictions for Washington

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Redskins 2013 Mock Draft: Final 6-Round Predictions for Washington
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Fixing a weak secondary should be the main focus for the Washington Redskins in the 2013 NFL draft. Finding a starting-caliber safety and a potential slot cornerback would represent a major success.

However, the Redskins can't ignore the need to supplement last season's fourth-ranked scoring offense. Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen can use careful selections to add useful weapons in key areas.

These weapons include a versatile running back who can pose a dual-threat on third downs. There should also be room for a tight end as a potential successor to Fred Davis.

The Redskins' brain trust would also be wise to make room for an offensive line prospect and linebacker depth. That's a big menu to take into the draft, but the Redskins have room to work.

They are without a first-round choice, but still boast seven picks. Here's a final mock draft, assessing which players could fill those picks.

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