Washington Redskins: 6 Creative Moves Bruce Allen Should Make on Draft Day

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Washington Redskins: 6 Creative Moves Bruce Allen Should Make on Draft Day
Evan Vucci

After signing DeSean Jackson, Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen can get creative in the 2014 NFL draft. There are still obvious positions of need, such as the offensive line and secondary, but Allen has a little more wiggle room after bolstering the wide receiver corps.

Two big decisions at quarterback highlight the ways Allen can get really creative this May. One choice is to re-examine a trade deal involving Robert Griffin III's backup.

The other is to throw a new challenger into the mix in case 2012's second overall pick endures more struggles.

Allen should also engage in some shrew maneuvering to position Washington to stock up on extra picks or to move the team into Round 1.

Here are six creative moves that Allen can make on draft day.

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