Ranking Washington Redskins' Top 6 Draft Needs

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Ranking Washington Redskins' Top 6 Draft Needs
Manuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Press

For the Washington Redskins, the 2014 NFL draft may resemble the 2013 experience. As they were a year ago, the team's priorities are still finding help in the secondary and along the offensive line.

Head coach Jay Gruden and general manager Bruce Allen could go in either direction with their earlier picks and not be wrong. The pair also need to find linebacker help, preferably a player with the potential to start on the inside.

There should also be room to add another capable pass-catcher to the offense. Either a slot receiver or a "move" tight end would be the smart choices.

Here are the main draft needs for Washington ranked in order of priority.

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