2011 NFL Draft Grades: Washington Redskins Draft Analysis

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2011 NFL Draft Grades: Washington Redskins Draft Analysis
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The Washington Redskins finished last year tied with the Dallas Cowboys as the worst team in the NFC East and will be looking to build on that this year.

The Redskins have a lot of needs on both sides of the ball.  On the offensive side of the ball, the Redskins need to bring in some offensive line help and they need help at all the major skill positions.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Redskins will be looking to add some much-needed help in the front seven, where they struggled mightily to get pressure on the quarterback.

If Carlos Rogers heads out of town, the Redskins will also be looking to add some much-needed help in the secondary opposite DeAngelo Hall.

The draft is underway, and Bleacher Report is here to keep you updated on all things Washington Redskins.

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