Washington Redskins Day 2 2014 NFL Draft Primer

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Washington Redskins Day 2 2014 NFL Draft Primer
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Opening night of the 2014 NFL draft didn't wreck the Washington Redskins' plans, but it might've tweaked them. A run on one position, coupled with inactivity at the other, could lead the team to target a few different prospects.

One interesting consequence of the first round is how it might tempt Washington to recruit talent along the defensive line. Several talented prospects were left untouched and will be available to the Redskins at the No. 34 pick.

Nothing changed in terms of the Washington defense still needing help in the secondary. But while the need stays the same, the means to fix the problem have been diminished after teams went defensive back crazy on opening night.

What is unlikely to have altered is head coach Jay Gruden's desire to add at least one more skill-position player.

With Day 1 in the books, here's what the second night of this year's draft will look like for Washington.

 

All statistics and team rankings from NFL.com unless otherwise stated.

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