5 Late-Round Prospects Washington Redskins Should Target in 2014 NFL Draft

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5 Late-Round Prospects Washington Redskins Should Target in 2014 NFL Draft
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Minus a first-round pick, the Redskins should be looking for a late-round sleeper, a la Alfred Morris

Without a lot of vacancies in the starting lineup—and a first-round pick—the Washington Redskins should target late-round sleepers in the 2014 NFL draft.

Slighted for not having prototypical size, or their extracurricular activities, impact players emerge from the latter stages of the draft on an annual basis.

Some excel out of the gate, while others reach the pinnacle of success years after they're drafted—Alfred Morris and Richard Sherman come to mind.

As contenders for the NFC East crown but not the Super Bowl, finding either would be a coup for Washington.

With that said, here are five late-round sleepers the Redskins should target in the draft.

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