NFL Mock Draft 2016: Redskins must bolster D-line

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Ezekiel Elliot. 22. player. 10. When healthy Arian Foster is still a productive running back but the Texans need to add a back who be just as productive at times when Foster isn’t in the lineup and could be the heir apparent at the position.  Ezekiel Elliot has the talent to make an instant impact to the Texans offense.   <b></b>. Running back. Ohio State

player. 60. The Vikings look like they found a steal in 5th round pick Stefon Diggs but they still need to add more talent at receiver to give Teddy Bridgewater more options in the passing game.  Corey Coleman could give them another quality option in the passing game. <b> </b>. Wide Receiver. Baylor. Corey Coleman. 23

56. The Bengals already have one of the top wide receivers in the league in A.J. Green but they need to add a number two receiver who can compliment his abilites.  Michael Thomas has good size and could add another solid target for And Dalton in the passing game.  <b> </b>. Wide Receiver. Ohio State. Michael Thomas. 24. player

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