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Ranking Washington Redskins' Biggest Needs to Address in the 2014 Draft
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Jay Gruden has had a good offseason, but the regular season will hinge on how well he drafts.

The criteria for ranking Washington's biggest draft needs is simple enough. Does it have reliable starters at the position, and if so, is there significant depth behind them? Further to that, does the 2014 class offer viable options at the position?

Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen have gone to great lengths to put Washington in the best possible position to succeed. With the cap penalty lifted, the free-agency acquisitions have been plentiful, and the roster looks better as a result.

There's no doubt that the expectation is higher, too. Robert Griffin III gets a full offseason to learn the new system as well as genuine weapons to throw to. 

That's not for today's discussion, however. Instead, the draft remains the topic of conversation. Read on for the top five positions of need in D.C. ahead of the circus coming to town on May 8.

 

 

 

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