NFL Mock Draft 2016: Redskins must bolster D-line

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Jan 9, 2016; Frisco, TX, USA; North Dakota State Bison quarterback Carson Wentz (11) throws a pass in the third quarter against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in the FCS Championship college football game at Toyota Stadium. North Dakota State won the championship 37-10. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports /

54. The Eagles via Chip Kelly traded a second round draft pick for the oft-injured Sam Bradford.  However, Bradford hasn’t lived up to what the Eagles traded away for him.  With Kelly now fired, a new GM and head coach will need to address the Eagles quarterback situation.  Carson Wentz might be the answer they’re looking for. . Quarterback. North Dakota State. Carson Wentz. 13. player

Reggie Ragland. 14. player. 28. The Raiders are building a really good defense around emerging superstar pass rusher Khalil Mack but they could use more talent around him and Reggie Ragland could the Raiders a presence in the middle of their defense for years to come. <b>  </b>. Inside Linebacker. Clemson

15. player. 51. The Rams are in need of a franchise quarterback.  Nick Foles it seems isn’t the answer.  Connor Cook has potential and the Rams need a quarterback who has upside and could become the piece they need to get their offense moving.  NFL Mock Draft. Quarterback. Michiga State. Connor Cook

50. The Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was sacked 44 times this season so it’s imperative that they add more talent to the offensive line particularly at the tackle spot.  Taylor Decker is one of the top offensive tackles in the draft and has the ability to help improve the Lions pass blocking.  . Offensive Tackle. Ohio State. Taylor Decker. 16. player

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